A new outbreak of a new strain of antibiotic-resistance coronavirus is spreading throughout Europe, threatening hospitals and hospitals-related workers, health officials say.

The virus has been isolated from four hospitals in Germany, and has been linked to a previously isolated case in Austria, health authorities said on Monday.

The strain has been identified as a variant of the MRSA coronaviruses, which are highly resistant to many antibiotics, including penicillin and tetracycline.

They are particularly hard to treat with antibiotics because they are resistant to antibiotics used to treat urinary tract infections.

“It’s a very dangerous virus.

It can cause pneumonia and other serious complications,” said Ulrike Schüller, an infectious diseases expert at the Bavarian State Hospital.

The infections have been linked in the past to a case in a hospital in Austria last year, which was reported to be linked to the same strain of coronavire.

The new strain has also been isolated in Italy, the European Commission said in a statement.

A new coronaviral variant was found in Italy.

Health officials in Italy say the virus has also made its way to Spain, but the authorities have not released any information on how the virus is making its way into Spain.

It is also possible that it could spread to the United States and Europe.

“The European Union is taking measures to limit the spread of this new coronivirus.

It will take some time to establish the extent of the impact of this virus in Europe, and we need to monitor closely,” European Union Commission spokeswoman Grazia Casagrande said in the statement.

The outbreak has been spreading rapidly in Spain, where hospitals are struggling to cope with the surge in patients coming in.

At least two of the hospital’s patients have died from the coronavirochymosis coronavillosis (COVID-19), which is the result of the new strain.

More than 20 hospitals in Spain are under siege, with hospitals and medical staff struggling to treat the outbreak.

“If you think about the size of hospitals, how many of them have beds?” said Luciana Mota, an epidemiologist at the Barcelona Regional Hospital.

“We have a large number of patients coming here in the morning and people coming at night.

It’s a big problem.”