Why the US government wants to get rid of worms farm


It’s been more than two decades since the US first began tracking the spread of the worm-borne virus, but the number of human cases has nearly doubled in the last decade.

A new study from the University of Michigan found that there are now nearly 2.3 million people in the US who have contracted the disease, and there are more than 1.4 million people who have died from it.

“We’re on track to have more than 200,000 human infections and we’re still going to have hundreds of thousands of deaths,” Dr. Michael Siegel, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said during a conference call with reporters Thursday.

The new study is based on data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, and it found that the number and spread of infections in the United States has doubled over the last five years.

At the same time, there have been a record number of cases, with an estimated 3.5 million cases of coronavirus in the first 10 days of this year.

While the numbers are staggering, the numbers of deaths have also jumped significantly, with 4 million deaths recorded in the past five years, the researchers said.

In addition, there are nearly 3.2 million cases in the European Union, and the United Kingdom has recorded 1.9 million cases, according to a report released earlier this week by the UK’s National Institute for Health Research.

This is the first time in the CDC’s history that a major epidemic has been attributed to an animal, said Dr. Steven R. Goodman, the institute’s senior director for infectious diseases.

Although many of the people infected with the virus are animals, the human case count has increased because people have been using infected animals as incubators, or living in them for prolonged periods of time, the scientists said.

“We are on track for nearly 100,000 more human infections than we were before the pandemic,” Dr Goodman said.

The US has the highest rate of cases in industrialized countries, according the CDC, and about 2.4 percent of the country is infected with human coronaviruses.

According to the World Wildlife Fund, there were 1.1 million recorded cases of human coronapillavirus worldwide in 2016, and an estimated 12.5 percent of those infections were in the U.S.