An outbreak of the H1N1 flu is threatening to cripple American business.
The H1G1 strain, which is spreading across the country and has killed more than 2,500 people worldwide, has been causing serious illnesses in people across the U.S. and Canada, causing a surge in infections.
Health officials say it is still not clear how widespread the outbreak is, but they are already worried about a spike in cases.
On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the number of cases has surged to 2,638 in California, 1,622 in New York, and 1,271 in Illinois.
It is also believed to be spreading to a number of other states.
On Thursday, Gov.
Andrew Cuomo said the state is “in the midst of a pandemic” that has left over 40,000 people dead.
He also said that the state’s response to the crisis has been “brutal.”
The U.K. government is also looking into the outbreak.
It announced Thursday that the government will ban flights from China, where there are fears of a new virus.
government has stepped up surveillance on the new virus, which the CDC says is spreading rapidly in the United States.
The United States and China have already agreed to limit their flights from these countries.
Meanwhile, there are other measures the U