Scoobies.com scooby-doo snack strain is a strain of the super-popular snack that is believed to be linked to a rare and deadly coronavirus strain that has been circulating in the United States.
The strain is believed responsible for an outbreak of coronaviruses in five states and one Canadian province.
The first cases have been reported in California and Washington.
The strain was first detected in a California restaurant in August, according to the San Diego County Health Department.
The food is believed not to have been served by a licensed restaurant.
In California, authorities are trying to identify those who are infected and are trying not to panic customers and to avoid contact with those with the virus.
The California Department of Public Health and Mental Hygiene said on Monday that more than 30,000 cases of the coronaviral illness have been confirmed in the state, with another 20,000 people being hospitalized.
In New York, more than 40,000 new cases of coronovirus have been identified in hospitals, with nearly half of the cases being diagnosed in New York City.
The state said on Sunday that more people have tested positive for the virus than for all the infections in the country.
On Tuesday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the state is at a “critical inflection point” in the pandemic and urged Americans to take precautions.
The coronavid pandemic is expected to take a toll on New Yorkers and their ability to do their jobs, said Cuomo, a Democrat who is considering a run for the presidency.
He said the number of people in hospital for severe coronavisions has more than doubled in New Jersey.
The first cases were detected in California on August 23, but they were quickly spread to other states and Canada.
The coronavids strain is similar to that of another deadly coronivirus strain, SARS-CoV-2, which is spread by rodents.
In addition, coronaviremia cases have also been reported nationwide, including in Los Angeles, California; Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; New York; San Francisco, California, and Chicago, Michigan.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said the outbreak of this strain is the most deadly coronoviral coronavillosis outbreak to date in the U.