Coundriotis (Coundouriotsis) is a disease that has afflicted thousands of people in Nepal, but now the disease is spreading to the U.S.
The disease, caused by a fungus, has killed more than 1,000 people in the Himalayan country, making it one of the deadliest outbreaks of its kind in the world.
The Nepalese government has said it has not identified any specific strains of the disease, but the U .
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates it has killed about 400 people in its first two years of infection.
It’s estimated that about 5 percent of people with Coundridotis have died.
When people in a condition like Coundrousis are not able to breathe on their own, they rely on others to help them move around.
In the past, this has been done through crutches or by pulling on a cane or using a wheelchair.
But now, the disease has taken on a life of its own.
The Nepali government has recently announced that it is introducing a program to train health care workers to administer the drugs and is also providing more than $100,000 in grants to Nepal to provide more intensive care to people with the disease.
Dr. S.K. Dangal, director of the hospital’s diabetes unit, said that the hospital has seen a steady rise in the number of patients requiring the drug since the pandemic began.
The department has given $30,000 to the Nepali Ministry of Health, and another $100 for the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, which also trains nurses.
He said the new funding will help the hospital get to its goal of having 300 patients in intensive care each week.
“I believe we’re at the point where we are now providing enough of the drugs to support a population that is getting a lot of support,” Dangale said.
Although the Nepaleses are not yet at full capacity, the department has not released any figures on the number and type of patients in need.
A small group of patients who are still receiving intensive care will be transported to the United States this week.
The agency is not providing any further information about how many patients will be brought to the hospital.
At least two patients who were evacuated to the San Francisco International Airport last week had their ventilator pumps removed.
The Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs and the U ‘s Department of Health and Human Services have also been notified.
“We are closely monitoring the outbreak and will provide any updates as soon as they are available,” the department said in a statement.
Since the pandemics first began, Nepal has struggled to cope with the strain of the panderectomy fungus, which is found in the soil, vegetation and soil, according to the CDC.
It causes severe joint pain, weakness and weakness in the arms, legs and chest, and can cause death within weeks.
The country has seen the emergence of two strains of Coundrimyotis that have infected more than 4,000 patients in the past year.
Because of the strain’s spread, Nepal’s health officials are increasingly looking to vaccines and therapies to contain the spread.
The United States has seen some of the most intense outbreaks of the virus in the U to date.
The CDC has identified at least 1,800 cases and more than 100 deaths from Coundrieotis.