Kyo fruit strain, also known as strawberry, has caused outbreaks in Korea and Japan, and now some of the strain’s strains are being found in the United States.
According to the National Institutes of Health, Kyo was first detected in the U.S. in 2014 and the first strain to be found in Hawaii was in 2015.
It has been found in Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina.
According a statement from the U, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the strain was discovered in China in 2018 and has been detected in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
A statement from Kentucky’s Department of Agriculture said Kyo has been identified in the state, but the state hasn’t been able to track down the origin of the fruit.
As of Wednesday, the USDA has not identified any cases of the Kyo strain in Kentucky.
A spokesman for the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service said they were working with local law enforcement to identify any infected cases.
The USDA is encouraging the public to contact their health care providers if they are experiencing any symptoms.
Kentucky’s governor, Matt Bevin, said on Wednesday that Kentucky is taking a close look at the strain, as well as the possibility that another strain might be in the region.
He also said that the USDA is working with state health departments to monitor and identify the strains, if any.
The Department of Health and Human Services, the agency responsible for enforcing federal laws, said it has received a report of a strain in Hawaii and has begun testing the area for Kyo.
It said that while it’s not known what strain is responsible, it has tested the local water and has identified the local source.
Hawaii has not yet been notified.
In a statement, Hawaii’s Department in Health said that it has been alerted to an outbreak of a Kyo type strain that has been isolated from a Hawaii water source and is being tested.
The outbreak has been reported in multiple locations in the Maui and Hawaii Islands, the department said.
The agency said that Hawaii Health Department is taking steps to monitor the source of the outbreak.
The department said it is taking additional steps to ensure the public is not exposed to the strain.
Hawaii’s governor said that state is cooperating fully with the USDA and that the state will continue to work with the U to investigate and contain this outbreak.
Hawaii also said it’s working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help with the response.
Hawaii is one of the first states to declare a state of emergency over the strain and has also requested that its water supply be tested.
A Hawaii health department spokesman said the agency is working closely with the CDC and the U and is working to isolate the source.
The Hawaii Health department is also investigating the possible spread of the new strain and is monitoring water sources for possible transmission, the spokesman said.