Spread of coronatirus has affected many people around the world, including many people living in Australia.
This is particularly true of people living outside the country.
Here are some things you should know about spreading coronavire.
Spread of the coronaviral disease can be spread by sharing your personal information online, using the internet or using social media.
You can also spread the virus by touching your body, clothing or surfaces.
It can be contagious if it comes into contact with an infected person’s saliva, sweat or other bodily fluids.
Spread can also happen when you have a fever, a sore throat, or when coughing or sneezing.
This may result in the spread of the virus from the person to you.
What you can do to prevent spreading the virus The first step is to limit your exposure to the virus.
If you are already exposed, take a fever test and ask your doctor about it.
If your symptoms don’t improve within a few days, see your GP.
If symptoms worsen, see a GP.
You also can’t spread the infection to others if you don’t have a way to get rid of it.
Read more about how to prevent spread.
If there are no symptoms, your doctor will test you for coronavirin.
If they find you have the virus, they can prescribe the drug to you for you.
You’ll then be told how many pills you need to take to be protected against the coronatiruses.
You might also be asked to take a second blood test to check for any antibodies.
The drugs will then be given to you to help control your symptoms.
You will need to do this every few weeks or so.
Some people who have been in contact with the virus can’t be protected from spreading it.
You should see your doctor if you feel unwell or have any of the following symptoms: a runny nose