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Editorial: The world should learn from the Ebola crisis to combat MERS in Saudi Arabia
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Saudi Arabia | More progress needed to control the Middle East...

A team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and Institut Pasteur, France concluded a mission to Saudi Arabia to assess the current ... Big Medicine, 2 days ago
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Washington Post

Saudi Arabia's disease outbreak

By , A DISEASE outbreak has a source and a pathway for transmission, but both can be exceedingly difficult to discover. Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, is surging anew in Saudi Arabia and raising familiar questions: Where is this ...
 Washington Post1 day ago News Scan for Feb 25, 2015  Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy2 days ago News Scan for Feb 20, 2015  Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy1 week ago Saudi Arabia to set up MERS centres in every province  Arabian Business2 weeks ago
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Are we ready for the next global outbreak?

Pictured, a farmer wears a mask as he works near camels at his farm outside Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to avoid spreading the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV). In 2014 the Ebola virus became internationally known due to an outbreak ...
 Austin American Statesman6 days ago Health officials express concern about MERS virus  UnitedHealthcare4 days ago Scientists Baffled by Saudi Arabia's Deadly Virus  MSNBC Newsweek4 days ago WHO urges KSA to take needed steps against MERS resurge  Iran Daily4 days ago
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Arab News

Three new MERS deaths raise total in Saudi Arabia to 377

have died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus, raising the total number of deaths from MERS-CoV in the Kingdom to 377, the Ministry of Health said late Wednesday. The victims, all male, included a 54-year-old in Buraidah, a ...
 Albawaba1 week ago 3 new MERS-CoV deaths raises total in KSA to 377  Arab News1 week ago
Trade Arabia

2014 MERS-CoV Outbreak in Jeddah — A Link to Health Care Facilities

Background A marked increase in the number of cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection occurred in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in early 2014. We evaluated patients with MERS-CoV infection in Jeddah to explore reasons ...
 New England Journal of Medicine1 day ago UN probes surge in MERS cases in Saudi  Gulf News6 days ago UN team probes Mers virus surge in Saudi  Trade Arabia1 week ago UN team investigates Saudi surge in cases of deadly MERS virus  Reuters UK1 week ago
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Times of Oman

WHO Raps Saudi Arabia over MERS Virus

TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi Arabian authorities have yet to take the necessary steps to control the recurring spread of the MERS coronavirus disease, the UN's World Health Organization (WHO) said. "Besides implementing good infection control and ...
 Fars News Agency3 days ago Saudi Arabia not doing enough to combat MERS WHO  Russia Today4 days ago More measures needed to combat MERS virus in Saudi Arabia, says UN team  Times of Oman4 days ago 'Critical knowledge gaps' on MERS: UN experts  Cornwall Standard-Freeholder4 days ago
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Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy

Hospitals that do not report Mers cases to be shut down

Tough measures aim to help prevent spread of deadly disease Manama: Clinics and other health facilities in Saudi Arabia that do not report cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (Mers-CoV) will be shut down and have their licences ...
 Gulf News3 days ago WHO notes stubborn MERS puzzles as Saudi cases climb  Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy4 days ago Hospitals in Saudi Arabia that do not report Mers cases to be shut down  Zawya.com3 days ago News Scan for Feb 19, 2015  Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy1 week ago
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Palace: Two more passengers isolated for showing MERS-CoV symptoms

Malacañang on Sunday said two passengers who were on the same flight from Saudi Arabia as the Filipina nurse who tested positive for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona virus (MERS-CoV) disease are showing symptoms of infection and are ...
 GMA News.tv1 week ago
Arabian Business

WHO warns MERS 'will spread in households'

The World Health Organization has blamed poor infection control measures at hospitals in Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Iran for causing outbreaks of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) last year. The international body also warned there would ...
 Arabian Business2 weeks ago
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As MERS persists, WHO cites hospital-linked clusters

Saudi Arabia reported two more MERS-CoV cases over the weekend, and today the World Health Organization (WHO) said inadequate hospital infection control measures may be partly to blame for the continuing series of cases in the country. At the same ...
 Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy2 weeks ago
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