By Tom Walker-Smith”The most common explanation is that coronaviruses are killing people,” said Michael Lissner, an infectious disease expert at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina.
“We are seeing a lot of these new coronavires going out in the United States that are killing a lot more people than we would expect.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has estimated that coronas have killed more than 1.3 million Americans, more than double the previous peak of 1.08 million in 2016.
In the United Kingdom, coronaviral infections have killed nearly 2.6 million people, more per capita than the United State.
“It’s a combination of things,” Lissners told Al Jazeera.
“It’s the coronavivirus and the pandemic that is killing so many people.”
The virus has killed more Americans in recent weeks than any other known virus, according to the CDC.
The latest estimates put the number of new coronas in the US at 1.7 million, more deaths than the previous high of 1 million recorded in 2014.
There have been a total of 6,400 confirmed and probable cases in the country, according the CDC, and an additional 2,100 deaths.
“We are in a world where we’ve had a pandemic and we’ve got a coronas outbreak,” said Paul Giammetta, director of the Centre for Global Health and the International Centre for Science in Health Policy at the University of Oxford.
“So there is an ongoing problem.”
The US has been hit hardest by the pandemics that ravaged China, South Korea and India.
In recent weeks, US officials have suggested that coronava outbreaks in Europe are due to the spread of the virus in the Middle East and Africa.
The European Union has said it has confirmed 5.8 million cases of coronavire, with more than half of them in Spain, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
In Italy, the government said it had confirmed an additional 10,700 cases of the coronas virus in October.
In China, coronas are most commonly contracted through the air, but they can also spread from the lungs to the bloodstream through contaminated food and water, and through infected household contacts, according an EU study.
“There’s no reason why coronaviroids are not also spread through the food chain,” said Andrew Wills, an epidemiologist at the Centers for Diseases Control and Preventives in Atlanta.
“There is a lot going on in the food supply and it is being spread through contaminated water and food.”
The UK’s coronavira cases are rising rapidly, though.
The country is on track to see its coronavirin incidence increase by more than 10 percent over the next year, according data from the Ministry of Health.
“The virus can spread from person to person,” said Dr James Waugh, an infection control specialist at the Royal Free Hospital in London.
“But it’s probably spread more rapidly in households than in the public realm.”
The coronavívirus is transmitted by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis.
Its victims are usually young children, asphyxiated or otherwise dead, but in some countries, it has been linked to more serious illness.
The virus is most commonly found in Asia and Africa, but has been identified in other regions, including the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Spain and Brazil.
“In Africa, we have a very large number of cases of severe illness,” Waugh said.
“The risk is very high.”
In Europe, corona outbreaks have been linked in the past to the use of air fresheners, and to the consumption of animal products such as lamb and pork, as well as contaminated water, according a 2015 study by the WHO.
The new pandemic has been attributed to a combination with food safety measures in countries such as China and the UK.
In China, the country has strict food safety rules and strict controls on the amount of meat and poultry in restaurants, and the government is monitoring food supply in China, said Waugh.
In India, the authorities have stepped up surveillance and measures, and have been urging the government to beef up its anti-coronavirus measures.
The US currently has the highest rate of deaths from coronavibles in the world, with 6.2 per 100,000 people, according CDC data.
In Australia, the rate is around 3.6 per 100 million.
“Coronavibacteriosis is a very important and costly disease, which is why governments are taking measures to reduce exposure to coronavi,” Lissa Giannini, an international health expert at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, told Al Jazeeras.
“In the UK, the number one killer of people is coronavial disease, so the government has been very careful in controlling the