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By The Associated PressBrisbane, Australia (AP) It’s the first time in more than two decades that the spread and spread of coronavirus has been treated as a health problem.
The AP’s John Boudreaux talks to a leading cancer researcher who is trying to figure out how spread of spread of human-caused coronaviruses is changing food.
The coronaviral disease is spreading to all corners of the world, and now the World Health Organization has issued a new guidance to health workers that advises them to stay at home when eating.
The new guidance from the World Trade Organization says that when the virus is airborne, workers should stay at least 15 feet away from people with respiratory symptoms, and 15 feet from people who have difficulty breathing.
It says if there is a strong smell of coronovirus, the person should be put on a ventilator.
The health care worker can stay at the hospital until he or she recovers, the WHO says.
The guidelines are being widely debated by health workers.
But they are being challenged in court and in the courts of science.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the guidelines are not scientifically sound.
“They’re a bunch of assumptions,” said Michael J. Pecher, director of the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases.
“They don’t tell us how spread is occurring, and they don’t explain why it is occurring.
We’re not doing epidemiological studies to figure that out.”WHO spokesman Andrew Hickey says the WHO’s guidelines were designed for health workers and are not intended to inform public health decisions.
He says that in recent months, the spread has become more widespread.
In some countries, the virus has been found in more foods than expected.
In Australia, there are reports that people have eaten chicken that has been contaminated with coronavira virus, which is known to cause stomach pain.
Some health workers say they have not been asked to avoid eating meat from infected poultry.
In the United States, some state and local governments have said they will limit outdoor gatherings, including soccer games and other events, and some restaurants are now requiring their employees to wear masks to prevent infection.
The CDC says there are a few health reasons to not eat meats from infected animals.
For example, the agency says coronavirin-infected meat can be more harmful to the respiratory system than the meat of uninfected animals.
Pecher says the health advice from the WHO, which came in conjunction with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, is good and valid.
“It is not intended as an official guidance,” Pechers said.
“It is a common-sense approach that we need to follow.”
The WHO also says there is no evidence to suggest that coronavirosts are spreading more quickly than other diseases, such as the influenza virus.