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In a day where it seemed like the world was on the brink of another major pandemic, a new report from the World Health Organisation (WHO) has found that there was no significant change in the risk of the pandemic spreading from the UK to the rest of the world.
The report also found that the UK has had the lowest number of deaths since the pandemics started in 2005.
However, the WHO’s Director-General, Margaret Chan, said that it was important to note that there is a correlation between the number of people who are diagnosed with the pandebox, which is why it was so important for people to stay safe.
The latest WHO data shows the UK recorded 7,721 deaths last year.
The figure is the lowest since the coronavirus pandemic began in China in 2009.
In terms of deaths per 100,000 people, the UK is second only to the US with just over 1,400 deaths.
The figures also show the UK’s population has remained relatively stable over the last decade.
As of March 2017, there were just over 7.8 million people living in the UK, which means there are more than twice as many people living now as there were in January 2017.
In 2018, the figures will be published and will also show whether the UK continues to be on track to reach the “breakthrough” stage of the global pandemic.
What’s the best way to prevent the coronas?
For a start, it is important to be very cautious when you are outdoors.
According to the WHO, people should avoid any contact with the coronae or other people with the same type of infection as the one they have.
“People should not go out, or travel alone, with the flu or any other contagious respiratory virus, and people with a history of respiratory disease should also stay home if they are at home,” said Chan.
There are also precautions you can take, including: Avoid wearing masks, and wash your hands well.