What to know about the latest Zika virus outbreak in the Philippines

Antik dante sanayii and Rochii danta jrvr are a pair of brothers who were infected with Zika virus in late December.

But now, a new outbreak is underway, with a new name, RochII dantels sanayit.

The virus is spreading like wildfire, with reports of more than 2,000 cases across the country, including 1,100 deaths.

Health officials say the outbreak is mostly centered in the province of Davao, but there are also cases in Mindanao, in the southern Philippines, and in Lanao del Sur, in Mindani.

RochII and Antik were in close contact before they got infected, said Dr. J.W. Kuehlman, a virologist at the University of Maryland.

They lived together in the same dormitory and worked in the hospital together.

They were friends from school.

They were always together, and they were both really good at studying.

And Antik was very passionate, and he was very good with the students, and Antika was really quiet and shy, and she never talked to anybody.

But when she was sick, Antik would ask RochI, Antika would say, what’s wrong with me?

And she would say that she is sick.

She would not talk about it, and that was very hard to hear, especially because we had a common father and a common mother.

The virus has caused severe pain and loss of mobility in both boys, but it is not fatal.

In a study published online Thursday in the journal Nature Communications, Kuehrlman and colleagues reported how the virus spreads.

A sample of blood taken from one of the boys was sent to the Institute of Virology at the Philippine Health Sciences Center in Manila.

It was confirmed as having the virus by the National Center for Microbiology and Genomics (NCMG), an interdisciplinary research center within the Philippines National Institute of Health and Welfare.

Researchers then sequenced the virus’s RNA and found that it came from the boy’s blood.

They then analyzed the RNA for other genes, including those involved in inflammation, blood clotting, and other biological processes.

“This is an important milestone,” Kuehls said.

“We have found the RNA of the virus, which is the key to how the viruses are transmitted.

It is a big step forward, because it means that this virus is more stable than it was in the past.

This will help us understand how this virus can be transmitted and how to stop it.”

In other words, the virus is not a one-off.

The RNA found in the blood of a new infection could help researchers understand how it can be passed from person to person and how it will spread.

And this virus, the researchers say, may be more lethal than previous ones.

Kuehlmans team hopes to use this data to identify the molecular signatures of the new virus and to help them predict how the new strains will spread in the future.

It will also help researchers predict how much the virus will cost the economy, he said.

So far, there are no signs of a global pandemic, but experts are concerned that there are still pockets of the country where people are still sick.

According to the World Health Organization, the current outbreak has killed more than 1,800 people and infected at least 1,200, with the virus making its way to more than 700,000 people.

This article was originally published on CBS News.

It has been updated with information from the researchers.