The tramadols’ popularity has seen the drug hit the headlines in the UK as a prescription for opiate addiction.
Now, it has also been linked to a new coronavirus, with more than 2,000 cases reported in the United States.
The United States has seen a surge in the number of deaths linked to the pandemic, with about 40% of the US cases linked to tramadolic and carbamazepine.
The new coronivirus has also spread to Europe, with the first cases in France reported at the weekend.
A spokesperson for the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the deaths had been linked “to the use of tramadocs in Europe”.
“The virus that we’re seeing in Europe is not from the US, it’s not from any other country.
This is the first time that we’ve seen this in the US,” the CDC spokesperson told reporters.
The US Centers and Safety Board (CSCB) said on Tuesday that there had been no new cases in the states of Michigan and Ohio.
US states where tramadrol was first introduced include New Mexico, Texas, North Dakota, Missouri, Tennessee and Georgia.
It is now used by around a quarter of US adults aged 18-64.
The CSCB says the new coronvirus is expected to become a global pandemic within the next few months.
The drug is prescribed to treat symptoms of COVID-19, the virus that causes coronaviruses like coronaviral disease.
The FDA says the drugs are safe for the use in adults, and that it is monitoring the drug’s safety in the USA.
The company that makes the drugs has been contacted for comment.