The virtual currency known as Bitcoin is widely considered to be a threat to financial institutions and governments, as it allows individuals to move funds electronically, bypassing central banks and governments.
But while the currency has been widely adopted by many individuals, there’s been no shortage of concern about how it will be used.
What you need to know about the Zika virus:Zika virus:What you really need to Know about the Ebola virus:The Ebola virus was also thought to be far more deadly than Zika, but scientists have since found it is far less contagious and less virulent.
As of Sept. 28, the World Health Organization has declared the outbreak over.
The CDC, which oversees the federal government, has since expanded the effort to include other regions, including the Caribbean and the Pacific Islands.
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The United States is the epicenter of the outbreak, with the most deaths occurring in the United States and Puerto Rico, which have experienced severe shortages of medical supplies, food, clothing and water, as well as a sharp spike in coronavirus cases.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the total number of cases has surpassed 6,000.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says there are 4,500 people living in Puerto Rico who have been infected, and that more than 600 have died.
The island is the hardest hit by the outbreak.
“We’re dealing with an unprecedented epidemic in Puerto Ricans and Puerto Rican citizens in this country,” said Gov.
Alejandro Garcia Padilla, who declared a state of emergency last month.
“There is no way around it, we are dealing with a pandemic.”
What you can do to help:The White House has set up a $100 million fund to assist Puerto Rico’s Medicaid program.
The federal government also plans to spend $1.2 billion over the next year to improve communication with health care workers and ensure that the island’s medical facilities are equipped to deal with an influx of cases.
The Trump administration has pledged $100 billion in relief to help the island.
The president announced plans in April for the U.N. General Assembly to declare Puerto Rico a disaster area, and has since called on the U,S.
Congress to act.
He has also signed an executive order directing federal agencies to use federal funds to help Puerto Rico and other affected countries recover.