The virus is on its way, and all you need to do to stop it is find out how to stop the virus from spreading.
Eggs, honey and other staples can be purchased at many places.
But the virus spreads most easily when people drink alcohol.
It spreads more easily in warm weather.
People who live in colder places like Canada and the U.S. need to be more cautious.
If you do not live in these areas, make sure you have bottled water, because it is easy to contaminate drinking water sources.
The virus has also infected a number of people in the U., Mexico and Canada.
People who live along the southern U.K. coast and in the Caribbean islands are especially vulnerable to the virus.
This includes people who live near the coast, in hotels, at beaches, in parks and on the sea.
What can you do to protect yourself from the virus?
The CDC advises people to avoid getting infected by drinking contaminated water, by avoiding wearing masks or covering up, and by washing hands thoroughly after handling household items.
You should not wash hands with other people, such as family members, who are sharing a bathroom or other area.
This is especially important in hospitals, where people often share bathrooms or other areas.
The CDC advises that people stay away from close contacts of people who are ill or dying.
If you have any personal contact with a patient who is dying, ask them to wash their hands with soap and water and then place them in a sink and get them out of there.
Do not touch the patient, even if they are breathing.
You should wash your hands after putting the patient in a hospital gown.
A person who has not yet developed the virus can become ill with the virus and need to stop breathing.
This person should contact their doctor if they become unwell.
This can happen even if the person has not started showing symptoms.
Symptoms include fever, cough, runny nose, runty eyes and difficulty breathing.