When does an outbreak of coronavirus begin?
FourFour2: When does a coronaviral outbreak begin?
Answer: It depends.
The CDC is keeping track of the outbreak in three categories: When it starts, how it starts and what is happening to the U.S. economy.
The first category is when the virus starts circulating.
The second category is the first few days of infection and the third category is how long it takes to reach the U, S. and Canada.
For a long time, coronaviruses were a small problem in the U: It took an average of two weeks for coronavira to spread to an area.
But in the last couple of months, it has been much more widespread, according to the CDC.
In January, the CDC reported a total of 19,928 cases.
Since January, there has been a significant uptick in the number of people reporting symptoms, especially in the South, as well as the Midwest.
There are two main reasons for this: the virus has spread from people who have been infected before and it has also spread from new cases being diagnosed.
The U.K., France, Spain, the Netherlands and Australia have reported new cases each day since early January.
In the U-S., the virus is spreading faster, but it is not a new problem.
The last major coronaviroa outbreak occurred in December, and it is still being tracked by the CDC, according the CDC: The virus has also begun to spread among children and elderly people, and some cases are even being reported in nursing homes.
This story was updated at 4:37 p.m. to include information about the U.-S. data.