Hospitals across the country are reporting an increase in cases of coronavirus.

The number of reported cases rose by nearly 40% in the last two weeks, with at least 15 hospitals reporting the outbreak as of Monday, according to a statement from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

The agency said more than 10,000 cases have been confirmed in the US, with a record number of infections reported.

While many patients are showing mild symptoms, it is still possible to get sick.

The National Institutes for Health said that some of the most common symptoms are fever, chills, cough and shortness of breath, with the most severe cases being severe respiratory failure.

The virus is still highly contagious and infections can be spread to others by touching infected surfaces, touching the skin, touching an infected person’s eyes, nose or mouth, or coughing.

In a statement, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it was monitoring the spread of coronabosis in the United States.

“We have not seen a significant increase in infections, but we do not rule out the possibility of an increase,” the agency said.

The US has seen a rapid rise in cases as more people are admitted to hospitals with the disease.

In the US alone, more than 2.7 million people have tested positive for the virus, according the CDC.

Many states are currently testing their residents for the coronaviruses.

The outbreak has been spreading fast in California, where more than 1,500 cases have already been reported in a single day.

At least 10 other states have reported cases, including Oregon, Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Wisconsin.

In the United Kingdom, coronaviral coronavalesis is still widespread, with more than 12,000 infections reported in the past 24 hours.