A virus that has swept across Louisiana has infected more than 30 people in the state and the region, prompting the state’s governor to issue an advisory for visitors to the state.
Louisiana’s Department of Health has warned that the anosmia can cause a range of serious complications including blindness, organ failure, and even death.
Louisiana has not reported an increase in cases since January, when it was hit hard by a coronavirus outbreak.
Anosmia is a disease that occurs when the body loses an organ or tissue, but is not directly infectious.
It can also result from an immune response that is triggered by environmental factors.
The virus has spread to Louisiana’s West Bank, the northern border of the United States and Jordan, and parts of Canada.
The virus has been circulating in the West Bank for months and has been causing a surge in cases.
At least two more people have died in Israel, and authorities there are now investigating three cases linked to the virus, according to the Jerusalem Post.
Last week, health officials in Lebanon confirmed that they have been monitoring a patient who died from anosmic shock in a local hospital.