Infected people can’t stop their immune systems from releasing a virus called VIRUS STAYING.
The virus stays on your skin and inside your body, and then it can get passed on to others.
The virus can spread from person to person by sharing contact with another infected person or the environment, especially through air or water.
But some people with the virus, especially those who are older and have chronic health problems, can stop the virus from spreading when they’re no longer infected with it.
There are three main ways to stop the spread: Get tested for the virus You can take medicine that blocks the virus so the virus can’t spread.
You can have a vaccine made to stop it.
You must have a blood test for the disease and have a doctor check your blood or urine every 3 months for the first year after your first dose.
If you have the disease, you must have your blood tested every three months.
Symptoms Symptoms of VIRSTA Virus STAY The first symptoms usually start when someone who has been infected with the infection has symptoms.
These include fever, runny nose, cough, and red, swollen, or watery eyes.
Once you’re sick, your body releases a virus that attacks the brain and makes you sicker.
This is why the symptoms can be so different from each other.
When someone has symptoms, they may also have a rash, swollen glands, or a rashy rash that’s a lot worse than usual.
If symptoms are severe enough, they can cause a blood clot in the brain, called a stroke.
A stroke can cause coma and death.
After a stroke, the brain can’t function properly, and the person can’t think straight.
The person may also lose consciousness, and can’t move.
The brain may die from other causes, such as pneumonia, or even brain surgery.
A stroke is not contagious, so if you have symptoms, it’s not contagious either.
It’s important to see a doctor if you or a loved one has any of the symptoms listed above.
If the symptoms aren’t severe enough to stop your infection, a doctor can try to get you to take medicine to prevent it from spreading.
Talk to a doctor to learn more about how to prevent VIRSSTA virus STAY and what to do if symptoms persist.
Treat your symptoms and get tested for VIRVSTA, the virus that causes VIRSA.
Learn more about VIRStA virus spread symptoms and how to protect yourself from it.
Learn more about the symptoms of Viremia Virus STILL Symptom information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about Viremias virus STILL and VIRAMA.
Viremia is a virus spread by the Virema virus, which is a type of coronavirus that causes a fever, muscle pain, and muscle aches in the legs, feet, and neck.
Viremia spreads from person-to-person through contact with water, sweat, saliva, or other bodily fluids.
Symptoms of it can vary from person, but they usually include fever and headache.
If a person has symptoms of it, they might also have: muscle pain in the feet, legs, and head, or swollen lymph nodes or lymph nodes that look like veins