The virus has swept through Europe in the last few weeks, with more than 6,000 cases recorded in the UK.
Its spread to the UK has been rapid.
The latest data shows there are nearly 5,000 new cases a day in the capital.
As the virus spreads, many people are seeking help.
It’s not clear how many people have been infected and the number is growing rapidly.
Health experts have been urged to check people’s medical records and to use a mask if they have any signs of exposure to the virus.
Many people are now opting for vaccinations, as they know they can help to protect themselves from the virus and the consequences of its spread.
Dr Mike Wootton, of the British Medical Association, said: “As the infection rates are rising, it’s a bit like a ticking time bomb.”
People are taking a number of precautions, including washing their hands frequently, using hand sanitizer, and wearing masks.
People who have not been vaccinated against the moles virus should get their vaccinations and have their blood tested.
Anyone who thinks they have contracted the mites is advised to get tested and to see a doctor if symptoms persist.
There are some countries where vaccination has been mandatory for children, but in Britain it is only for adults.
More on the virus: More to come.