The first sign of the outbreak came a few days after an employee at a local coffee shop in central Massachusetts had been taken to a hospital.
The employee, who was in her 40s, had been diagnosed with a rare form of mental illness.
When she was brought to the hospital, she was in intensive care.
The next day, another employee at the same coffee shop reported that he was also suffering from the illness, and within hours, several others also were showing symptoms.
The hospital was treating a number of people in the same manner, and by early Saturday, authorities had announced they had been able to isolate the cause of the illness.
The virus was spreading quickly, and it’s unclear how long it will take for everyone to be exposed to the virus, which has been present in many countries for years.
The epidemic has left some communities devastated and in shock.
Many people were homeless as people sought refuge in shelters.
Many of those people are now seeking treatment and have started to rebuild their lives, as well as help their loved ones and friends.
Others are still struggling to rebuild.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is asking people to be cautious, as they don’t yet know how many people are still infected.
If you or anyone you know is having symptoms, call your local health department or visit their local health center to be checked for the virus.
If you have any information about someone who is showing symptoms of the coronivirus, please contact the FBI or your local police department.
The FBI is asking anyone who has any information to call the FBI’s Tip Line at 1-800-CALL-FBI or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Cyber Tip Line: 800-4-4MES (800-422-5678).