Since August 24, six new cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) have been announced, five from Domat Al Jandal.
Eight of the cases were acquired from a health facility, 12 cases from direct contact with camels, and three cases are still under investigation.
The new cases raise the country’s MERS-CoV total to 1,693 cases, 686 fatal.
Saudi Arabia has reported five MERS-CoV cases, one of them fatal.
By testing the antibody amounts required to reduce viral loads in middle east respiratory syndrome (MERS) infected mice, researchers were able to estimate how much antibody serum a person would need to fight MERS.
Since the December 2016 update, 31 percent of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) cases reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) were associated with healthcare facility transmission.
Researchers summarize the epidemiological, clinical, and laboratory findings of the first Korean case of MERS-CoV.
Since July 2012, 1,677 patients have been infected by middle east respiratory syndrome (MERS) in Saudi Arabia.
The patient was diagnosed, on June 16, 2017, after returning from Saudi Arabia.
This course on Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) is intended for incident managers and personnel working for the United nations, international organizations and NGOs.