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Health and human services secretary Sylvia Burwell has been asked to answer a series of questions about the coronavirus outbreak, including what steps she is taking to stop the spread of the virus.

The department has been struggling to find answers as coronaviruses continue to spread in the United States and other parts of the world.

Burwell’s office released the questions on Wednesday as part of a “Questions and Answers” document about the virus, which the department says has infected more than 2.3 million people in the US and other countries.

The questions come as the Trump administration is trying to contain the virus outbreak and try to figure out how to contain it in the U.S. The government has spent $8 billion to try to contain COVID-19, with $4.3 billion of that going to the states, according to the White House.

But the agency is also grappling with questions about whether the government is adequately funding the coronovirus response, as well as whether it can adequately cover the costs of treating people with the disease.

What you need to know about coronaviral disease:Read moreThe questions also address how much money is being spent on healthcare for coronavireptics, and whether the federal government should be taking the lead in funding the care of people with COVID.

What are the questions about COVID?

Read moreThere is a large group of people who do not have COVID and who do have some symptoms, and those people can receive care, but they are not receiving adequate care, the questions say.

How do you figure out which people need healthcare?

Are there people who have some kind of infection?

Is there a specific type of infection that needs attention?

What is the process to determine who should get healthcare?

Is it fair to compare COVID to other conditions that people with?

Is it fair that COVID has a higher mortality rate, but there is not a higher rate of death among people with other conditions?

The questions do not address whether coronavires should be considered a public health emergency, and some experts are concerned that Burwell is only asking the questions to give the public more information.

In her testimony, Burwell said that she had not been asked specific questions about coronoviruses before.

She said that the questions were not meant to make recommendations about how the government should handle the crisis.

Burwaix said she will ask questions about other coronavviruses in coming weeks.

In a statement, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the questions are part of the agency’s efforts to better understand the spread and the health of the U