White House: CDC should get ‘more’ virus testing after envelope envelopes were found in California

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters that she is “very concerned” that the CDC should test more envelopes from California after a package containing the highly contagious coronavirus was found in a mail envelope.

Sanders also said that the agency should have been notified of the envelope and should have stopped it from being delivered to people in the state.

The White House said Thursday that the envelope contained a coronaviruses vaccine, and the envelope was sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which has been working with the state to help people get tested.

Sanders did not mention the envelope by name.

The package was found on the porch of a house in Santa Ana, a suburb of Los Angeles, by residents who were looking for a vaccine for the coronaviral illness.

The Santa Ana County coroner said the package was sent as a gift from a friend.

The envelope had been sent to a California doctor.

The California Department of Public Health has said the vaccine, which is being tested for the first time in California, has been shown to be safe for most people and is safe to administer.

The vaccine is made by Novartis and is administered by injection to healthy people who are taking a flu shot.

It was not clear whether anyone had gotten the vaccine.

The U.S. Centers for Diseases Control and Health has urged the U.N. to send more vaccines to California and urged other states to do the same.

“The United States is facing a pandemic.

We need to get to the bottom of this,” Sanders said.

“It is a serious issue and I’m very concerned about the fact that it has happened here.

We have a lot of work to do.”

She also said the government had been in contact with the county and its health department about the case and was working with them to make sure there was a response.

The county has not been notified about the package, which was found at the house.

Sanders said she did not know how many people were in the house when the package arrived and said it was too early to say how many had been infected.

“If the person was in the residence, the person who is in the home is going to have a very difficult time,” she said.

Sanders was asked about a similar package found in New York on Friday, in which it was found by an employee.

She said the CDC has been contacting the local health department and is “working to determine if it was a false alarm or a mistake.”

“We’re going to be looking into it and I would encourage people to contact their health departments and let us know,” Sanders told ABC News.

She also criticized the state for not alerting the county when the envelope arrived.

“I think it’s important that we are doing this to protect the community and the residents,” she added.

“We’ve got to make this very clear that we want to get the message out.”

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