Health experts say it is best to get a skin test for signs of the virus to be sure you are not at risk.

A person who has had contact with someone who has contracted the virus is contagious.

Health experts say the chances of getting the disease from the virus are very small.

But they say those who don’t have the virus can be at risk, especially if they have recently visited a hospital.

People who have had contact have the chance to transmit the virus by coughing or sneezing.

They may also spread it through contact with other people, such as with an infected relative or if they are coughing or have sneezed.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said this month that more than 5 million people are at risk of contracting the virus from their infected relatives.

They say this is the highest number in decades and the highest ever recorded.

This is a developing story.