An infected rubber plant can be deadly if left untreated, but a small amount of the plant can also be a good thing.
The virus is spreading rapidly across the world, with the number of cases in some parts of the world climbing to more than 30,000.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said more than 1,300 people have died from the disease, which has spread to countries such as the Philippines and Brazil.
More than 90 percent of the cases have been in children, the WHO said, citing the National Center for Disaster Risk Reduction (NCDR).
It said the number has jumped to about 8,000 people a day in the Philippines, with a high concentration in the state of Mindanao.
“There’s a growing perception of the Philippines as a rubber exporter.
The Philippines has been exporting rubber for more than 2,000 years.
It’s important to look after the environment, which is critical in the event of a natural disaster,” said Dr. Rene Lopez, a senior expert at the Center for Global Health Research and the chair of the National Disaster Risk Response and Recovery Council.
There are more than 200 different rubber plantations in the country, with more than 3,000 hectares (6,500 acres) planted.
Roughly 50 percent of them are in Mindanaon, a city in the northeast of the country.
It has a population of just over 200,000, but the area is home to about 10 million people.
The state government estimates about 5,000 farmers, ranchers and others have been infected by the virus.
The Philippines is one of the countries that has been most affected by the disease.
The number of reported cases in the United States has risen to more then 20,000 since the outbreak began in January, and to nearly 25,000 in the U.K. The World Health Organisation has called the outbreak “one of the most significant global outbreaks”.
The World Food Program estimates that 1.4 million people have been affected by coronavirus in the Americas, with about 700,000 living in the affected countries, according to the WHO.
The agency said it is urging people to limit outdoor activities and use gloves, masks and eye protection.
The WHO said there is no cure for the disease and that it is not contagious in people who have had no contact with the virus for two months.
The Philippine Health Department said the outbreak has been concentrated in the southern city of Quezon City, which was hit hardest by the pandemic.
The city has reported around 5,400 new cases since January.
The National Disaster Prevention and Recovery Coordination Centre reported about 2,300 new cases.
It said at least 10 people have tested positive for the virus, and five more have tested negative.
“I think it’s the biggest epidemic we’ve ever had.
There have been no deaths,” said Mar Roxas, the Philippine president.
“We have had a lot of deaths, but we’re still fighting.”
The Philippines has sent its military to the country to protect against the spread of the virus as well as support local authorities and local health workers.
The president has also declared a state of emergency to combat the outbreak.
The Health Ministry has sent more than 400 doctors to help with treating the virus in the south and the south-east of the nation.
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