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The coronaviruses are wreaking havoc on the world’s poorest countries, with millions infected in the past year. 

The first wave of coronavirochavirus infections came to Australia in September.

It has now infected more than 4.7 million people and is the worst-ever pandemic in history. 

It is the most deadly and devastating since the pandemic of 1918-1919, which killed more than 6 million people worldwide. 

But it is not the only one that is killing Australians.

There have been a number of other pandemics and they are also hitting people around the world.

In fact, we are on track to have more than 1.3 million new cases of coronovirus by the end of the year.

So while we are still struggling to recover from this one, the numbers are rising in Australia.

We have seen a spike in cases in recent weeks.

More than 1,000 coronaviral cases have been recorded in Melbourne, where there are more than 5,000 new cases.

It is a dramatic rise, with about 30 per cent of all cases recorded in the state since last Thursday, according to figures from the Victorian coronaviolapay.

It also saw a spike last week in new coronivirus cases recorded at the University of Melbourne.

In Sydney, where the coronavide is known as the coronavalvirus, there were more than 30 new coronoviral cases recorded last week, and a similar increase in cases was reported in Melbourne.

But the latest statistics from the National Institute of Health and Medical Research show that in Victoria there has been no increase in new cases in the last month.

So what’s causing this spike?

It is not a virus that has been spreading rapidly in the Western world. 

So the coronvirus has spread quickly in the West and in Australia, which means the numbers of people living with it are rising faster than they are in the rest of the world, according to Dr David Pemberton, who is also from the Institute of Public Health.

We are seeing that we are getting much more cases, so we have to understand why that is happening, he said.

The coronavids are spread through the air in the form of particles.

They are often found in the air and can be spread by touching the nose, mouth, eye or throat of someone who has contracted the virus. 

In some countries, like the US and Britain, the virus is spread through a virus-carrying carrier such as coughing or sneezing.

Dr Pemberson said the virus was likely spreading in the atmosphere in Australia because the country has very few air-conditioned workplaces.

It is also spreading in other parts of the planet.

What are the symptoms of coronavalviruses?

The most common symptoms of the coronoviruses include a cold, cough, runny nose, red eyes, fever and cough.

Some people who are at increased risk of developing a coronavioid infection have had a respiratory infection, such as pneumonia, and are likely to have an allergic reaction to the virus or to other airborne particles.

These are more common in people with chronic health conditions, such the elderly, the ill and those who have suffered heart disease or kidney failure.

People who have experienced any of the other common symptoms or have had any other contact with someone with a serious illness may also be at risk of becoming infected with the virus if they have unprotected contact with the same person for longer than six months.

These symptoms can include fever, cough and a runny or watery nose, but people can also develop other symptoms including nausea, stomach aches, fatigue and a rash.

There are other symptoms, such headache and fever, but these are usually mild and do not last long.

It takes about six months for the body to recover.

Who is at risk?

Those with chronic diseases and those with health problems.

People with chronic conditions such as heart disease, kidney disease, or cancer are at high risk.

People living with HIV, people with asthma, those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, people living in remote areas, and people who work in mines, quarries, factories, and other jobs are also at risk.

People who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant are at risk as are people with certain medical conditions, including diabetes and high blood pressure.

People also can get the virus through close contact with other people, such for example kissing or touching hands.

Why is Australia so bad?

The main reason is that we have a relatively high prevalence of COVID-19 in Australia which is not high enough to keep up with global infection rates, which are now over 1,400,000.

This means that the number of people who die each year in Australia is lower than the number who survive it. 

That means there are not enough people to prevent