Which countries are the worst places to have a mastitis outbreak?

New data shows that India, China and Vietnam are the most contaminated countries in the world.

The WHO’s latest figures show that there are 1.7 million cases of mastitis in India, followed by India and Vietnam.

But the WHO also found that the infections in India have become increasingly more common.

Over the past five years, India’s total number of cases has increased by 60 percent.

The country is now the third-largest source of the infection in the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) data.

The data shows India has a total of 732,000 cases of the disease and has a high level of transmission.

The infections are concentrated in remote areas of the country.

India is one of the countries that has been the biggest hotspot in the country with an increase of 527,000 infections per 100,000 people in the past year, according to the WHO data.

In Vietnam, the number of new cases of Mastitis has increased more than 1,000 percent in the last five years.

Vietnam is one the countries where most of the cases are occurring in the mountainous region of the Mekong Delta.

The outbreak of mastiasis is a particularly deadly form of the respiratory disease.

It is a life-threatening disease with a long-term morbidity.

It can affect the respiratory tract and can lead to pneumonia, respiratory failure and even death.

The infection can be spread by contact with infected animals or by coughing and sneezing.

The risk of infection increases as the number and severity of the symptoms increase.

The most common symptom is a sore throat, cough and shortness of breath.

The virus is spread by breathing in or in contact with a person who is infected.

The bacteria can be shed from the lungs of the infected person and is believed to be passed from infected animals to humans.

The pandemic is expected to last at least three years, and is expected not to have any significant impact on the overall health of the population, the WHO said in a statement.

New data shows that India, China and Vietnam are the most contaminated countries in the world.The WHO’s latest figures show…