The kenneled cough virus kills more people than the horse pox virus: Study

The kenning cough virus is not as contagious as the horse-poo virus, the New Scientist has learned.

The coronavirus has killed nearly 40 million people worldwide and sickened more than 10 million, but the researchers say the human coronaviruses, as they are known, are much more contagious.

We need to understand how human coronivirus spreads, says senior researcher Dr Matthew Bissett. 

Kennel coughing and wheezing have a huge impact on people’s lives.

It’s a huge public health threat, especially if you have children, and we know from the history of the disease that the virus can be spread through people’s mouths and then through their noses.

The kenneling cough virus causes a similar but less severe condition, known as wheezes and coughing fits, to wheez-related wheezer’s and cough-related cough fits, says Bisset.

The new study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, looked at the spread of the kennelling cough virus to the United States.

It found that the pandemic hit hardest in New York and New Jersey, the two states that accounted for a third of all new cases of the virus.

New York’s cases were concentrated in the Bronx and Queens, while the New Jersey cases were most concentrated in Staten Island.

The researchers say this is because of the city’s relatively large population, a combination of a relatively large and densely populated area and relatively high population density. 

Auckland was also the only city in New Zealand to see a steady increase in new cases, from less than 10,000 in the summer of 2012 to more than 20,000 today. 

The researchers found that in New Jersey the number of people who contracted the virus through coughing was much lower than in New England.

The data also suggests that the spread was most intense in the urban areas.

In New York City, the rate of new cases was about 4.4 per 100,000 people, compared to 9.7 in the rest of New England, which has a population of about 1.8 million people.

This means New York’s rate of cases was a third lower than the national average, and New England’s rate was roughly a third higher.

However, in New Hampshire, the number who contracted from coughing was only about 7.8 per 100 and New York was only around 6.2.

New Jersey has seen a spike in cases in recent weeks, with more than 1,000 cases reported since the end of June.

In both New York states, New Jersey has reported at least one case each of the coronaviral coronavirochymosis virus, or COVID-19, and the coroniviral respiratory syndrome coronavrio virus, both of which are linked to coronavviruses.

New Zealand reported no new cases in the last week, while New Hampshire has seen only one case in the past month. 

While New England has seen relatively few cases, New York is seeing a number of cases of COVID. 

These are among the highest numbers reported in New America since the outbreak started.

The scientists say the pandemics are likely linked to a series of events.

One is a sudden increase in COVID infections in some areas of the US.

Another is a lack of proper hygiene in many areas.

A third factor is that the COVID vaccines have become less effective.

The vaccines that have been approved have been shown to be less effective in preventing COVID than those developed by the pharmaceutical industry.

The pandemic has also created the largest economic disruption in New World history, with millions of jobs lost, and tens of millions of dollars in property and other lost revenues. 

More: The New York Times reports that New York has reported the highest number of COVS cases in more than two decades.

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