The U.S. and Mexico deadly fungal outbreak is a serious public health

concern that could have a significant impact on the world. 

The outbreak has already caused the deaths of two people and has infected dozens of others. 

The fungus that is causing the outbreak is a rare and deadly fungus that can cause meningitis, 

a serious infection of the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord.  

Meningitis can be fatal, and even if it is treated, it can cause serious long-term health problems. 

The outbreak is a major concern because it is spreading rapidly. 

The fungus that is causing the outbreak can be spread through contact with contaminated surfaces or through the air. 

This means that anyone who travels to Mexico or the U.S. could be at risk of infection.