There’s a lot of cotton around.
In fact, there are so many that the government wants to get rid of it completely.
But what is COVID and how do we know when to stop worrying about it?
We have been talking about this as a virus for over a decade now.
It’s a virus that affects humans, but it’s not a virus like any other virus.
It doesn’t spread like influenza or SARS.
The virus that causes SARS is different.
It spreads from person to person in an infected person, not just in the community.
This means there’s a difference between SARS-CoV-2, which can spread to people living close to the source, and SARS in the general population.
It also means that it’s different in different parts of the world, where you might get SARS, you might not.
The difference is in the way the virus can infect a person.
There are three main types of SARS virus: coronavirus, which is spread through the air, and acute respiratory syndrome, or ARDS, which it can cause in the lungs.
ARDS is more common in the west, while COVID, which affects the immune system, is more prevalent in the east.
In the past, when COVID hit Europe, it was a little bit of a shock to many people, because we’ve had COVID for so long.
Then, suddenly, we started seeing it and it was devastating.
COVID came along with the global financial crisis, and a lot came under the spotlight.
The financial crisis changed the way we thought about how we thought of financial crises and the way that they were handled.
There were a lot more public health crises that were happening in Europe than in the United States and the rest of the developed world, so people started to think that the banks weren’t going to get bailed out.
There was a lot about that that was just wrong, because there was really no money to bail out the banks, no funds to make the banks profitable.
So, we began to worry about it and we began asking ourselves, why was it happening?
What is it that was causing it?
Why are people being infected with COVID?
We know that COVID is caused by a virus called coronaviruses, but what does that mean?
In the short term, the answer is that COVI can spread from person-to-person.
The viruses can be spread by the saliva of a person, but also by other viruses, so there are other factors that can help spread COVID.
There may be a lot to the saliva, but there is another thing that can spread COVI: COVID can also be spread via clothing and utensils.
So you can wear a T-shirt and it will spread the virus.
You can have a coat on and it may spread the infection.
In a way, the virus is just like the water you drink, but if you are exposed to water for a long period of time, the water in your system will become infected, and you’ll get COVID in your saliva.
There is another important difference, though.
COVID doesn’t make people sick, and the COVID virus is not a major cause of hospitalisation.
In Australia, the incidence of hospitalisations due to COVID was almost 100 per cent lower than in any other country.
So the virus was a big thing in Australia and around the world.
But the impact on the industry was far from clear.
It is now understood that the impact is more severe than that.
It affects the whole economy, from the cotton plant to the cotton seed to the seedlings.
We know the cotton farmers in Australia are at a very high risk, and they are already having problems with COVI, particularly in the past three or four years.
The farmers have been told they need to change their way of growing cotton, to make sure that it doesn’t get infected.
But if you’re a cotton seedling, you don’t have a choice.
The cotton plant can only survive if it’s infected.
The way the farmers are doing it, they’re not going to do anything else but take it apart, cut it open and destroy it.
So it’s a very expensive operation.
And it doesn to change the way they are growing cotton at all.
So farmers are starting to get concerned.
In December last year, the Australian Cotton Council, which represents the growers of cotton, wrote to the Government, saying they were worried that if they didn’t get the money they need for their cotton, they might lose their jobs.
The industry group also said it had concerns about the quality of the cotton they were growing.
Farmers are worried that they will lose their livelihoods and will be forced to close their cotton farms.
What do you think is the key to stopping COVID from becoming a major problem in Australia?
The answer is quite simple. We need to