The UK is suffering from a huge spread of new, often deadly, bacteria, and experts are warning people to be extra vigilant and to get tested if they have been infected. 

In the past week alone, more than 20 people in London, Manchester, Brighton, Cardiff, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds and Coventry have tested positive for coronavirus, and there are now more than 100 reported cases across the UK. 

The latest figures from the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) show that there have been a total of 2,917 new coronaviruses confirmed since the start of this year, bringing the total to 1,984. 

More than 3,000 people have been admitted to hospital with coronaviral infections in the UK so far this year. 

Experts have warned that people who have been exposed to the coronaviroc virus will have an increased risk of developing a new type of pneumonia called septicemic bronchitis, which can cause respiratory failure and even death. 

It is not clear how widespread the problem is, but experts have warned it is “significant” and that a rapid and coordinated response is needed. 

“People who have a history of respiratory illness should contact their GP and get tested for coronajetavirus,” said Dr David McEwan, chief executive of the Royal College of Physicians. 

Dr McEwen said: “We are in the early stages of a pandemic and the NHS is now at the mercy of opportunistic infections.”

It’s time to make sure our hospitals are staffed and have the right tools in place, including proper testing. 

People should test themselves regularly to make certain they are not infected.

“People should be aware of any changes in their behaviour, as well as the fact that a new coronajeproctomy is not always the best choice.” 

Coronavirus symptoms include: feeling sick