After a series of outbreaks in the United States and Europe, some healthcare facilities are facing a crisis that is even more dire than the previous ones.

The New York Times reports that hospitals in Connecticut and Maryland are already seeing a spike in cases.

The CDC has already reported that a record number of new cases are being diagnosed in the US.

The number of confirmed cases has also soared since January.

Many of these new cases have been reported in areas of the country with the worst infection rates.

Here’s a look at what we know about what’s happened so far.

What is Ebola?

Ebola, also known as Zaire or West Africa, is a virus that is caused by the coronavirus, the virus that causes the flu and other respiratory infections.

It is caused mainly by a single coronaviruses, including Ebola, and is highly contagious.

It has killed about 11,000 people worldwide and infected at least 1.3 million.

The disease has been spreading across Africa and Europe.

Its first outbreak occurred in 1976 and has spread to more than 60 countries.

Its spread has slowed as the disease has become more isolated and effective.

It has been declared eliminated in all but two countries.

The CDC says that the number of cases in the U.S. is the highest in 20 years.

But it’s not just that.

In the last few weeks, the number has dropped by about 40% in the states of Connecticut and Virginia, where hospitals have seen a spike.

But the CDC says the overall number of reported cases is not dropping, but is actually increasing.

In Connecticut, there are already more cases of the virus than there were at this point in 2013.

The state reported a total of 4,921 cases in November, with more than 1,000 deaths.

By the end of the year, the state will have reported about 1,400 confirmed cases, a 40% jump.

In the U, New York State reported a record high of 3,769 new confirmed cases in April, a jump of 1,065 from last year.

But by May, the increase was down to about 200 new cases.

According to the CDC, the vast majority of new confirmed infections in the state are in New York City and Brooklyn.

But some have also been reported from the Bronx, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and other parts of the city.

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