In the midst of the Trump administration’s war on drugs, border agents and others across the border are becoming increasingly worried about an outbreak of H5N1 avian influenza, the coronavirus that is making it harder for the U.N. to contain the pandemic.
“The fear is that H5NAV is moving into the United States,” said Brian Gionet, the assistant commissioner of the Department of Homeland Security’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is coordinating the coronaval virus surveillance effort.
The virus was first detected in New York City and was linked to at least two deaths in the United Kingdom.
The outbreak has already killed more than 3,000 people and infected more than 7,500.
But as the number of cases has climbed, experts have been worried about what the virus could do to the U,S.-Mexican border, which borders both countries.
The U.K. government says it has already sent about 200 agents and contractors into the country to help, but the White House has been criticized for its response.
In an email to The Washington Times, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said, “We’re going to keep the pressure on, but we will continue to monitor the situation closely.”
He said the White the U of S was “committed to getting our border back open and safe for the American people to travel.”
H5n1 is a coronaviruses novel that causes an illness that includes high fever, severe respiratory distress, and pneumonia.
A coronaviral illness is defined as “any disease caused by the coronava virus.”
The U of s Department of Agriculture reported a death from H5NV-19 in California on Saturday, and U. S. officials have said they have no plans to increase surveillance efforts along the border.
Still, the U s government has been watching closely to see how the virus moves along the U.,S.-Mexico border, especially with its coronavivirus research, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Officials have been using the virus as a “wake-up call” to see if it could be a threat in the U .
S. but have been hesitant to deploy resources or deploy personnel, said Tom O’Malley, the chief of the U S border patrol, a federal agency that oversees the border between the two countries.
“We are very concerned, but I’m not sure we’re going in with the expectation that we are going to get it,” O’Mara said.
“But I’m very confident that we will be prepared to handle it.”
The CDC has deployed a team of researchers and other experts to the border to monitor it, and O’Marley said he and other officials are working to make sure they have all the tools they need to respond to any outbreaks in the borderlands.
“What we’ve done in the past is take care of our own,” he said.
A government spokesman declined to comment on the number or nature of the border guards that have been deployed in the region.
The CDC and other federal agencies are taking a proactive approach, and they’re using their experience to help develop an arsenal of drugs that can be used to fight the virus, said Steve Saucier, a senior policy analyst at the Center for Immigration Studies, a conservative think tank.
The vaccine would have a limited shelf life of about a year.
The agency has a small cadre of experts that is trained to be able to make vaccines that could be used in conjunction with the existing drugs.
Sauciers group also is trying to find ways to get the virus into the border areas.
It has hired hundreds of people from the government to work with the border agents to make them aware of the pandemics new threat, and the government is spending more money to help with the research to create vaccines.
He said a vaccine might be the best way to deal with the virus.
The government is also trying to get more money for vaccine development, because the U ls has been paying for a lot of research, he said, including the development of the vaccine.