A few weeks after the virus hit, the island nation of Marco Island had already seen its first cases of coronapied and infected people.
As a result, the CDC was sending a large number of medical staff to Marco to help with coronaviruses prevention efforts.
A year later, the nation is still recovering from the disease.
But the island is also recovering, and a new pandemic is spreading quickly.
So how do you prepare for it?
First, get vaccinated.
The island is currently the only place in the United States that does not require a mandatory vaccination.
But this summer, Marco was forced to take a mandatory mandatory vaccination after a local resident contracted the virus.
And the island’s public health director told the Huffington Post, “I think the islanders need to take note of the fact that the vaccine was given.
We’re not going to be taking it out of the community, so that is the way we are going to go.”
The CDC is working to make sure that every Marco resident gets a vaccination.
If you live in the area, you can visit a local hospital or clinic and get a vaccine.
If not, you should visit a hospital to get your dose.
There are also health care clinics around the country that offer vaccinations for adults and children.
The CDC recommends that anyone living on or near the mainland get vaccinated to help prevent future cases.
Also, there are some medical supplies and tools available that can help keep your family healthy.
The best thing you can do is to stay hydrated, and if you’re sick, go to the nearest hospital and get checked out.
The next time you think you might have a case, you will know that you’re in fact dealing with a new type of illness.