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More than a dozen coronaviruses have been detected in the Philippines, making it the second-most-infected country in the world.
The latest cases, which began to emerge in late February, are being treated as early-stage cases, said the Philippines Health Department, but officials said they are continuing to monitor the health situation.
More than 500 people have died of coronaviral complications since the virus was first identified in the country in 2013, but the country has never seen a major outbreak of the disease.
Health Minister Joel Villanueva said the latest cases were “very, very, very scary” but he cautioned that they could change the country’s future.
“This is the first outbreak of a new pandemic.
We’re just learning the signs and symptoms of the next one,” Villanueso told a news conference.”
I believe we can control it, but there are some things we have to watch for.
We need to be vigilant.”
There were signs of a slow recovery in the last few days, with some people beginning to resume work, but more people still need to get tested for coronavirochs.
There was also some concern about the outbreak’s ability to spread in densely populated areas, with experts warning that it could lead to mass migration.
Health officials have said the virus could spread further in crowded areas, but they are concerned about the health impact of overcrowding.
The Philippines is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with a population of around 6.5 million people.
Health authorities have been concerned about its spread in crowded parts of the city of Manila, which has a population more than 2 million.
“It is an enormous risk for the country,” said Dr Hui Singsheng, a professor at the University of the Philippines.
“The population of Manila is not very big, but when it is packed with people, it can spread.”
But the WHO has warned that the current outbreak is not a pandemic, and there is no evidence that coronavireptavirus is spreading quickly.
The WHO’s health agency, the WHO’s Global Centre for Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases, said in a statement on Tuesday that while there was “limited evidence” that coronovirus was spreading quickly, there was no evidence of the virus spreading to countries in West Africa.
It said there were “limited signs of the outbreak in the Americas” and in the Caribbean and eastern Asia, where the virus is thought to be spreading from infected travellers.
“We are assessing the health risks and risk to public health, and we are taking appropriate preventive measures,” the WHO said.
The virus is highly contagious and can spread easily between close contact.
It is also thought to have reached the Philippines via China, Vietnam and Laos.
“What we are seeing is that we have very few cases, and that we are continuing the process of detecting them in the community,” said Robert Tiong, director of the Institute of Infectious Disease and Biostatistics in Manila.
“As of now, we have no evidence, but I think there is enough information to give us a pretty good idea about the risks.”
The WHO says the Philippines should brace for the coronaval virus to spread further to other parts of Asia and Europe.
“If you have a very high-risk area, you need all the help you can get,” said Mr Tioneg.