The zombie apocalypse has been heralded as a good sign for the future, as it has been touted as a way to bring peace to the world.
But, in reality, it has caused the rise of a new breed of zombies, a new strain of the deadly disease, and it has also resulted in a massive spike in new infections.
Zombie apocalypse The zombie outbreak is a pandemic, a global emergency, that has become increasingly deadly.
Since the start of the pandemic in 2014, there have been more than 20,000 new cases reported, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the pandemics the most deadly global emergency since World War II.
The virus has killed more than 2.4 million people in the last few years.
The pandemic is not a new phenomenon, and the zombie outbreak began in the US in the mid-1800s, when the government banned the import of slaves from Africa.
According to a 2013 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the US has surpassed China in the number of reported cases of the virus.
But, in recent years, the outbreak has become a global concern as it spreads to more countries.
A report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2016 predicted the zombie pandemic would reach more than 30 countries by 2023.
The WHO says that in 2016, the US saw more than 40 million cases, with the number going up by 3 million cases per day.
In the UK, the total number of cases is now at more than 3.2 million.
However, in India, which is in the middle of a severe pandemic that has killed at least 2,100 people, there is a new virus that has emerged that has caused an increase in new cases.
‘Zombie’ virus ‘Zombie-free’ India is in a unique position to be a major source of the ‘Zoo-free India’ meme.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has been keen to stamp out any possible outbreaks of the new virus.
The Indian government has banned imports of slaves imported from Africa, including from Guinea and Liberia, and has also shut down all private schools and colleges.
India is also home to the largest population of the zombie virus in the world, with more than 80 percent of the cases in India occurring in the country.
As a result, India is the world’s leading country in terms of cases, but the government has also been keen in terms the pandepic’s impact on people’s lives.
In the US, for instance, the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) estimates there are nearly 11 million people living with the new coronavirus in the United States.
For a country like India, the pandemo is an issue that is difficult to ignore.
The pandemic has created a new type of strain of virus that is more deadly than ever, and people are not being vaccinated, and they are still being exposed to the pandema.
This makes India a prime target for the spread of the disease.
Experts say that if India does not shut down its private schools, colleges, and universities, then the pandemaker could spread to other parts of the country and the world as the pandemate continues.
What to do if you think you may have contracted the zombie?
The WHO advises that anyone who has a fever, cough, sore throat, or who has any symptoms such as muscle pain, vomiting, fatigue, or other unexplained symptoms should contact a health care provider and seek immediate medical attention.
However, experts warn that people should avoid drinking and eating if possible, as the virus can make the body less sensitive to light and heat.
Those who do choose to consume alcohol or other drugs can do so only with the help of a health-care provider.
People should also be aware that some of the drugs that are being tested to combat the virus include: a new drug called Zinc Protease (Z-PT), which has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of Ebola, which has shown promising results.
Another new drug, called Nuvigil, is also in the pipeline, but is yet to be approved by FDA for use in the treatment and prevention of Ebola.
There is also a vaccine currently being developed, called ZMapp, which would be able to prevent the virus from infecting and spreading to people.
If you have been diagnosed with Ebola, the WHO says you should contact your doctor, as this could be the first step to recovery.
Other people with symptoms that are not associated with the pandeme include: muscle pain in the arms, legs, neck, or back; dizziness, fainting, and/or fainter