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NEW YORK — The number of cases of West Nile fever and coronavirus infections in the United States rose by a record 4,988,000 in January to reach a total of 9,936,000, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The latest figures are the first to show that the number of West Nips has been growing.

The CDC said the virus has been circulating in the U.S. since January and has been spreading among people with little or no exposure to the virus, known as West Nile.

The CDC reported that the country has had 1,084,000 new cases of the virus since the first confirmed case was reported on January 23.

The virus is spreading at a rapid rate and there is a large number of infections among people who are not at high risk for West Nip, such as those who do not have a medical history of the disease.

The new data from the CDC showed that while the number has increased, the number infected has remained stable in the past year.

The number is now 1.6 million, which is below the peak of 3.2 million in 2013.

The new data showed that the increase in cases is in line with what was observed during the pandemic, but there were more new infections than there were deaths.

The U.P.N. said the new numbers also show the surge in the number and frequency of coronaviruses.

A CDC representative said the number is a better measure of how well the virus is circulating than the number or severity of new infections.

The United States has more than 20 million cases of coronapisavirus, the virus that causes the West Nile infection.

The most common forms are the flu and the coronaviral infection that causes chicken pox.

The coronaviremia is one of the main causes of death in the coronavalc virus, but many of the other causes of deaths are also associated with the virus.

The United States also has more new cases than deaths of any other country.