A new study has found that a strain of the coronaviruses, which includes coronaviral hemorrhagic fever (CHF) and coronavid-19, could spread from the US to the UK in five to seven years.
The new strain, called CCR3-D8, is similar to a previously described strain of CHF, and it is one of four new coronaviroids that have been identified in the UK, the research team said.
The other three are CCR2, which causes pneumonia and CCR1, which caused coronavitosis in humans.
The new strain is the second to appear in the US.
“Our research suggests that CCR4, which has been identified previously, may spread to the United Kingdom,” said Professor Steve Smith, who led the research from the University of California, Berkeley.
“It’s a really exciting discovery, because it’s the first time this strain has been detected outside of the US.”
The new strains are named for the United States, a country that was devastated by the outbreak of CCR-4 in 2015, and which has seen its cases and deaths soar.
The US has seen a spike in new coronacovirus infections in recent weeks.
The number of new coronajovirus cases has more than doubled in the past two weeks, and more than half of those new cases were in the New York area.
The New York City Health Department says the city has seen about a 1,500 percent increase in new cases, from 5,000 to 13,000.
The majority of those cases have been in Brooklyn.
The United Kingdom has seen two coronavillosis cases this year.
The first case was in August and the second was in December.
The UK has seen no new cases of CNV-19 since the beginning of the year.