The year was 2016 and a new virus was emerging: the Eee.
Its a virus of fear.
A virus of dread.
It has a unique way of killing people.
And the people of the world are terrified of it.
The year also saw a few other viral disasters, including the first public outbreak of a deadly coronavirus in Australia, a devastating pandemic that killed hundreds of thousands, and a global outbreak of the H1N1 influenza.
But the virus that made headlines this year was the EEE virus.
It killed more than 1.5 million people in the US and Canada, and infected millions more worldwide.
It was so bad, in fact, that it caused a worldwide quarantine, and the US has been on a quarantine since late February.
In a world in which a new disease has the potential to devastate the global economy, the fear of an EEE outbreak is not just justified.
It’s downright dangerous.
What’s the Ee?
The Eee is a virus that has infected over a million people, and caused a global pandemic in late 2016 and early 2017.
This particular Eee, which is referred to as the E3 variant, has been detected in the wild and is believed to be genetically different from other variants of the virus.
This E3 virus has the same gene as the one responsible for causing the pandemic, which means that when it comes to infecting people, the virus has a genetic component that is distinct from other variant strains.
The E3 strain also has two other genes that are unique to it: one that controls the body temperature, and another that regulates the body’s immune system.
These two genes are associated with the immune system and are associated in some people with the disease, but not others.
The Ee has three distinct modes of transmission.
When it infects a person, the body can only be infected with one virus at a time.
If there are more than one viruses present, it is not clear how the body knows which one is which.
If the virus infects an infected person’s immune systems, the infection can result in serious illness, as can the virus causing the symptoms of the disease.
The main mode of transmission of the E5 variant is known as the coronaviruses A, B, and C, which are spread by direct contact with other human or animal coronavires, and include the H3N2 and H5N1 viruses.
If a person is infected with any of these viruses, the person can transmit the virus to others and potentially develop complications, including severe disease, such as pneumonia, and even death.
In the US, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there have been approximately 3,600 cases of coronaviral infection, or coronavillosis.
In 2015, the CDC also reported an estimated 15,000 cases of this infection, but that figure has since dropped.
In some cases, the number of confirmed cases has risen to around 100,000.
These coronavire infections are relatively rare, occurring in about 2 percent of cases.
In 2016, coronavavirus infection was detected in 1.8 million people worldwide.
The highest-reported cases of the coronivirus were reported in the Philippines, where there were more than 30,000 infections.
There are a number of reasons why the EE is so dangerous, including that it is different from the coronovirus that has been circulating in the world since early 2000s.
One is that the E6 variant of the A virus is found in humans and dogs, and so is very different from its cousin, the A5.
Another is that it causes less severe illness, and can be spread much more easily through direct contact.
There is also the fact that EEEs are a genetic mutation, meaning that they are much more resistant to some drugs, such that some drugs that are typically used to treat a disease are not effective.
And finally, there are some additional factors that may make the Eae different from more commonly occurring variants.
For example, the EAE is highly contagious and can infect people from different countries and ethnicities, which makes it particularly difficult to isolate or control.
It can also spread to people through contact with blood, feces, saliva, or semen, as well as from other people who have been exposed to the virus, such the close personal contact of infected people.
Another reason why the virus is so deadly is that people with EEE variants do not show symptoms, and in some cases are able to remain infectious for years.
And because it is so contagious, there is a high risk that infected people will spread the virus into the community.
It is estimated that the majority of people infected with the EIEs do not develop any symptoms, but do show mild to moderate symptoms, such headaches, fatigue, diarrhea, and nausea.
Some may even have mild to severe illnesses such as a rash, but the virus itself