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A recent outbreak of respiratory illness in the US may be the latest example of how our systems are reacting to infections.

The CDC has reported two cases of respiratory infections in the United States.

One of the cases involved an 80-year-old man who had a respiratory infection, which was caused by a virus in his nasal cavity.

The other case involved a 70-year, white, middle-aged man who developed respiratory infections after visiting a doctor.

Both patients were admitted to the hospital, but both had no symptoms of respiratory disease.

Both men had a history of prior respiratory infections.

Both cases were reported by people who had visited a health care facility, including a health maintenance organization (HMO) and a health department.

A spokesperson for the CDC said the man who was hospitalized had no known respiratory problems, and had been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Dr. Scott Schuster, who led the CDC’s response to the outbreak, said the two men had been receiving routine care for respiratory infections, which include a cold or flu.

“I’m concerned about the potential for these infections to spread among the healthcare team that treated them,” Dr Schuster told ABC News.

“We know they had been in this situation before.

So we want to make sure we have a plan for dealing with these infections.”

The CDC reported that it had not yet identified the virus that caused the two cases, but it said it was possible the man with the respiratory infection had been exposed to an existing virus, like one from another strain of the coronivirus.

In the first case, the CDC reported, a 70 year old man was diagnosed with a respiratory viral infection.

He was taken to a hospital where he tested negative for the virus.

He then developed a cough and had difficulty breathing.

Dr Schuster said it appeared the man was in good health and the virus did not pose a risk to him.

However, he added, “if you are exposed to any of these viruses, we want you to be tested”.

He said it would take at least two weeks for the tests to show if the man had acquired the virus from the first person to be infected.

Dr Scott Schusters told ABC Health the CDC is continuing to monitor the two patients.

Topics:infectious-diseases-other,disease-control,vaccines-and-immunity,united-states,united StatesFirst posted January 06, 2019 18:56:42Contact Rachel TuckMore stories from Australia