The savanna is a region of tropical rainforests and grasslands in the north of South America, a place where the climate has been temperate for millions of years.
Its beaches are pristine and its beaches are also famous for their beauty and biodiversity.
Its not surprising then that the area is known for its beauty.
But while the savanna has always been a popular destination for tourists, the area was recently hit by an outbreak of coronavirus.
As the number of cases has soared, the region’s beaches have been the site of a number of gruesome deaths.
According to a report in the Huffington Post, coronaviruses can be spread via a number or all three of the following routes: direct contact with an infected person, direct contact through aerosols, or inhalation.
While coronavids are believed to be airborne, many of the people who have died have been infected through direct contact.
As a result, the number one risk to health of people exposed to a person who is not already sick is through direct-contact transmission, according to the World Health Organization.
While most coronavides occur in developing countries, the virus has also been found in areas of Europe and Asia.
As such, the World Economic Forum released a report this week that recommends the U.S. adopt a plan to contain the virus.
While the virus itself is spread primarily through direct skin contact, the researchers at the World Epidemiology Network (WEF) note that it can be transmitted through the air.
As well, they say that people who contract the virus through direct or indirect contact with a person infected with COVID-19 should avoid public areas and be prepared to seek medical attention should they develop symptoms.
To get a feel for how the virus can spread through direct, indirect, and aerosol routes, we spoke to Dr. John Hogg, who leads the WHO’s Global Outbreak Response team.
Hogg says that the first stage of the coronaviral pandemic is spread through contact with someone who has COVID.
“The first time it starts, we’re really concerned about people who are close to somebody who has the virus,” Hogg told Newsweek.
“We don’t want to have a new epidemic that could spread.”
For now, the CDC says that it is taking no precautionary measures at all to protect people who live near areas of high risk of exposure to the virus, but that it will continue to monitor the situation.
“We’re not going to wait for the virus to die out, we have to actively and aggressively protect ourselves against it,” CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden told ABC News.
“That means, we want to do everything we can to make sure we have the tools in place to make that happen.”
According to the CDC, the best way to prevent COVID is to limit the amount of time that people spend outdoors in public.
The best way for people to keep themselves safe is to make it a priority to take their temperature regularly.
“When you have a virus like this, we don’t have enough time to test every person,” Hagg says.
“The best thing we can do is make sure that we test everybody we see, that we have a screening program, that our people are tested, and that we get those who have symptoms as soon as they get here.”
For more information about COVID, visit the CDC’s website.