How to survive the flu pandemic

On Friday, August 21, 2018, a new virus was released in the United States, infecting as many as 18 million people, including tens of thousands of children.

The virus was called H5N1 and is a new strain of the H5 virus, which is one of the most commonly transmitted viruses worldwide.

H5 is a novel variant of the virus, and it is believed to be the first H5 variant to infect humans in the U.S. It is a very new strain, but it is one that the U of A is still working on developing.

The U of T Medical Department, U of S Health Canada and U of M Health Sciences have been involved in the virus containment efforts.

The new H5 has been found in at least six samples taken from people in the area, including children, and in samples taken at an apartment complex in the Ottawa area.

“Our concern is that it may have entered into the environment and become a new type of human-to-human transmission,” said Dr. Richard G. Gartland, professor of microbiology at the U,S.

Department of Medicine and director of the U Health Canada Centre for the Transmission of Viruses and Pathogens.

“The U of t will need to monitor all contacts and make sure that the children in that community are protected, but there is a lot of concern that this new variant is a more aggressive strain of H5 than the other variants that we have been studying in this community.

The Canadian Centre for Microbial Infectious Diseases (CCMIED) has issued a warning that the strain could be passed from person to person.

The news came after the U Toronto Medical School said it was aware of the strain, and that the school was working with the local health department to ensure the safety of its students and staff.

The city has issued an advisory for all students and employees, advising them to remain indoors and avoid outdoor activities.

The Ontario Public Health Association says people who have been vaccinated and have been tested for H5 have shown no symptoms of infection.

Health Canada says there have been no reported cases of H7N9, the H8N9 and the H9N2 variants of the flu.

“It’s not clear yet whether it will cause an additional pandemic, but we are very worried about that.” “

We’re very concerned that we may have an additional H5-type strain that is potentially more virulent and more transmissible,” he said.

“It’s not clear yet whether it will cause an additional pandemic, but we are very worried about that.”

Dr. de Jong said the U is working with provincial partners to ensure people with the new H7 and H9 strains can get the recommended vaccine and stay home when the season begins.

U of O Health Sciences has been collaborating with the University of Ottawa, the University Health Network and the Ottawa Hospital to develop a vaccine for the new variant.

Dr de Jon Gartlands statement says the U will need more time to develop the vaccine and assess the efficacy of the vaccine before it is available to the general public.

Dr Gartes also said the vaccine will be available in November and is expected to be approved by the U on October 31.

“If we do not have a vaccine, then the U has to decide if we are going to be able to continue to provide our students with that vaccine, so that they can continue to get the full benefit of that vaccine,” he explained.

“That’s a difficult decision for the U to make, and I would ask people to not take any risk for themselves and for their families, and to take the time to understand what the risks are and how to mitigate those risks.”

According to U of K Health Sciences, there have also been reports of H8 in the community.

Dr Dario Lusardi, a professor of pathology at the university, said there has been a spike in cases of the new virus in the city of Waterloo.

“There has been an increase in cases, and the U does not have data to confirm it,” Dr Lusard said.

Dr Lussardi said he was not aware of any cases of a virus that was as new as H5.

However, he said the increased number of cases is a sign that the virus may be spreading.

“This has become a serious concern for us because we don’t know if we have enough people vaccinated to prevent the spread of this virus,” he added.

“For us, it’s about being vigilant, but also about how we respond to the increase in the numbers of new cases.”

The U Health Sciences Department of Microbiology and Immunology says it has been working with Ontario’s Public Health Agency and the University Hospital to evaluate the potential of H6N1.

The University Health Networks and U Ottawa Hospital have been working together on a vaccine.

“As the number of new