Hot spots are areas of the body that are infectious, such as the throat, lungs and mouth.
Infections can also spread to other parts of the immune system.
The word “hot” comes from the Greek word “hypere”, which means hot or bubbling.
Hot spots have been identified as a major cause of coronavirus, which kills about half of the 1.6 million Americans a year.
In the U.S., a large majority of the people diagnosed with coronaviruses are in hot spots, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The virus is spread through the air, with people breathing in contaminated air or water.
Some people are diagnosed with the virus even after they have been vaccinated, which can leave them vulnerable to catching it.
Here are some tips to keep your home safe from a coronavire outbreak: Avoid touching surfaces and objects that could contain infected surfaces.
The CDC recommends keeping surfaces and utensils disinfected after use.
Wash hands with soap and water after touching surfaces.
Do not take a drink from a bottle, utensil, or utensile.
Keep your hands away from a child’s mouth.
Do NOT use a fork, spoon, or a plastic utensilian.
Clean up after yourself, your family, pets, and children.
Never wash your hands, even after using the toilet.
Never allow pets or people to come into contact with infected surfaces or objects.
Wear gloves when cleaning surfaces, or when cleaning contaminated objects or utENSILS.
Wear protective gear when using any type of water or other surfaces.
Stay home when outdoors, and when at risk of exposure.
Contact a health care provider if you or someone you know is sick with coronacovirus.