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By Katie Coney and Lauren StromquistPublished July 01, 2017 09:53:06People who are allergic to the flu virus may not know it, but they are being exposed to a new strain of the virus.

A new flu-like virus has hit the United States and Canada.

It has been called a “virus pandemic” and is spreading across the country.

But many people aren’t even aware of the new strain.

The new virus is causing more than 20,000 deaths worldwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.

The pandemic began with the coronavirus that has infected more than 40,000 people in the United Kingdom and has infected about 11,000 more in the US.

The virus, known as H5N1, can be spread from person to person through direct contact, and can also be spread through coughing, sneezing and contact with infected bodily fluids.

It can also infect the body through contact with dead bodies.

The United States is seeing more cases of flu-related deaths, according to the CDC.

But experts say that it is unlikely the new virus will spread to the United Nations, because it has not been linked to any outbreaks there.

People are also not fully vaccinated, and the vaccine is still in testing and clinical trials.

Experts say the pandemic has been caused by over-reactive people to the influenza virus, rather than any pandemic strain.

However, experts say a new pandemic could come soon, as the virus continues to spread.ABC News’ Jennifer Nettleton contributed to this report.