The video below gives a basic overview of the dancing plague, a deadly condition caused by a virus that can lead to sudden cardiac arrest, sudden cardiac death and even death.

But if you’re wondering if you should be concerned about it, here’s a quick summary: The disease has been around since the 1960s, and is a viral disease that causes cardiac arrhythmias and sudden cardiac deaths.

It can affect both humans and animals.

And it’s most commonly seen in young people and those with a history of heart disease, according to the CDC.

In 2017, the World Health Organization declared the disease pandemic and put its focus on reducing the spread of the disease.

To combat the spread, it introduced the Dancing Plague Challenge, which aims to make it easier for people to recognize the symptoms of the virus and avoid unnecessary testing and treatment.

The challenge, which began in 2017, allows participants to submit their own video, and the winner will receive a $500 cash prize.

“It’s a challenge to have a dance challenge that’s a bit more fun, but also involves some risk,” says Jonathan Wai, the director of dance and music at the dance festival The Edge.

The first challenge, hosted by the festival’s founder, The Edge, took place in March 2018.

Wai’s video for the challenge is called “The Dancing Plague.”

You can see Wai performing the dance at the beginning of the video below.

Here’s the full video, in which he’s dancing to the music.

This video, however, was the first to go viral.

It has been viewed more than 1.5 million times on YouTube.

It quickly became one of the top trending videos on the festival.

In 2018, a similar video of Wai took over the front page of the Guardian.

He has since made more videos, and now has over 5 million views on YouTube, according the Guardian’s page of most viewed videos.

But it’s not just the viral content that’s captivating people: It’s the way Wai has chosen to communicate.

He often uses different accents, using a mix of English, Mandarin and Japanese to communicate with his audience.

His videos have received critical acclaim, and he’s been voted one of TIME’s 100 most influential people in the world.

In the 2018 dance festival, he used a mix between English and Japanese for his music and performed alongside fellow festival participants in Japanese, Japanese and English.

“You get a really interesting experience in a dance festival that is so much about socializing and having a fun time with your friends and all the other socializing,” says Wai.

Wais’ video for “The Dance Plague” features a group of people performing in a nightclub in Tokyo, Japan.

It’s a fun video to watch, says Wain.

Wain, who is also the head of the music company WaiWai, says the dance festivals and their participants are a great way for people in particular to socialize and make new friends.

But, he says, people also need to take the dancing challenges seriously.

“The dancing plague is just another form of social isolation.

It is just one more form of isolation in this world.

It may not be as severe as death, but it’s just a very important one.”

So, what can you do to prevent the dancing pandemic?

It’s always important to be on the lookout for signs that you may be in danger, says Lizzie Bittner, M.D., director of the New York-based Preventive Medicine Program at NYU Langone Medical Center.

If you’re thinking of getting tested for the dancing disease, you should check to make sure you’re not already infected with it, says Bittners program director.

If your symptoms are more severe than usual, and you’re experiencing a fever, you may also be more at risk for getting infected.

And if you’ve been seeing a lot of other people, you might also be at risk of getting infected with the pandemic virus.

So, don’t be afraid to get tested, says Dr. Bitters program director, Dr. Rebecca Stacey.

It would be a good idea to check with your health care provider, as well.

The dance festival is not the only dance festival where people have been tested.

Many other dance events also test for the pandemics virus, including: Dance festivals around the world, including The Great American Dance Festival, the world’s largest dance festival.

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