The U.S. has lost 2,700 ski resorts as of Dec. 31, 2018

The United States has lost more than 2,000 ski resorts since Dec. 1 as the economy continues to struggle, the U.N. agency said Thursday.

The U,N.

also said it has received 1,700 reports of avalanches in the region since Dec-31, compared to 1,400 in all of 2017.

The agency said more than 1,000 people have been killed in avalanches since the start of the year, and more than 6,000 are in critical condition.

Last month, President Donald Trump said the country would spend $6 billion on resorts, resorts, and tourism in 2018.

That includes $1.2 billion in 2018 for the United States.

Trump’s travel ban affected almost a third of U.T. students in 2017, and the number of U-T students who were barred from entering the U-M system has tripled since the ban went into effect in January.

The state has had a significant number of students on the U and UM campuses since the travel ban was implemented, but it is unclear whether they will return this year.