Google News has a nice article about how churches are being decimated by the virus.
But the article doesn’t tell us why.
The answer is, we don’t really know.
A look at how the virus worksIt’s a bit of a complicated virus.
It’s spread by close contact, usually with sex or needles.
Its not transmitted via saliva, which means it’s not transmitted through coughing or sneezing.
So while the virus is contagious, its spread isn’t.
It spreads through the blood of people, who become infected through direct contact with infected people.
That means that the virus doesn’t spread as quickly as it did with people in the past.
Instead, the virus gets into the body of infected people by coughing, sneezes, kissing, sharing needles, or even touching infected people with infected objects.
The virus can get into people through the nose or through coughing, which can cause severe infections.
There are also cases of people with weakened immune systems who become contagious through contact with HIV.
Even when it’s spread through people who are well-travelled, the spread is slow and the virus can be difficult to diagnose.
Some infections may be difficult or impossible to detect, but it’s possible to find people who have been exposed to the virus and who have recovered.
What can we do to help?
There are a number of things you can do to stop the spread of the virus, which is why you should read this.
Firstly, you can take steps to stop people who might be at risk from getting infected.
These include wearing gloves, avoiding close contact with people who may have been infected, washing your hands regularly and wearing long-sleeved shirts and pants.
Finally, you should get tested for the virus to make sure you’re not at risk.
But the best thing you can probably do to slow down the spread and get the virus under control is to be very cautious about your contact with other people.
So, please don’t let the virus get to you!