The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has received about 1,500 reports of people who have been exposed to an H5N1 strain that is spreading throughout the country.
They’re sharing the results with doctors, health officials and the public in hopes of finding ways to prevent the spread.
It’s a slow process, however.
The CDC has identified more than 2,400 cases in people who haven’t been vaccinated in the U.S. and it’s not clear if any of those cases have been linked to outbreaks in other countries.
The agency is working with states to determine if any new cases are related to the pandemic.
The pandemic has left some people with no idea how they contracted the disease and it has prompted many to question whether it’s really the virus that they’re having problems with.
The new virus is not related to any of the previous pandemic H5s and there are no new infections, the CDC said in a statement on Wednesday.
People who have not been vaccinated may be having a reaction to the vaccine or the vaccine-preventable virus, such as diarrhea, fever or sore throat.
People with these symptoms should seek medical care immediately, the agency said.
The CDC also has posted on its website a map showing all of the cases and their contact information.
There’s not a lot of data on how many people have died or been infected with the virus, but CDC officials said that it appears that more people have been infected in the last few days than in the past few weeks.