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MERS-CoV, Saudi Arabia: 3 new confirmed cases from Riyadh and Asir (MoH, August 1 2013): 74 cases, 39 deaths so far

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  • MERS-CoV, Saudi Arabia: 3 new confirmed cases from Riyadh and Asir (MoH, August 1 2013): 74 cases, 39 deaths so far

    [Source: Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health, full page in Arabic: (LINK). Automatic translation.]


    MERS-CoV, Saudi Arabia: 3 new confirmed cases from Riyadh and Asir

    (August 1 2013)


    Continuing to investigate epidemiological disease caused by Novel Coronavirus (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, (MERS-CoV)), announced the Ministry of Health for the registration of cases of infection with the virus for citizenship in the Riyadh region at the age of 67 years suffer chronic diseases multiple, and receive medical care in intensive care.

    The ministry also announced the registration two cases (…) the Mqimitan working in the health sector reaches the age of 39 each year, the first in the Asir region and the other in the Riyadh region, they did not show only mild symptoms, and put health is stable.


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    Re: MERS-CoV, Saudi Arabia: 3 new confirmed cases from Riyadh and Asir (MoH, August 1 2013): 74 cases, 39 deaths so far

    Source: http://www.albawaba.com/news/saudi-a...s-cases-511178


    Saudi Arabia confirms more MERS cases
    Published August 1st, 2013 - 12:49 GMT via SyndiGate.info

    JEDDAH: Three more confirmed cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus infections in the Kingdom have been recorded, the Ministry of Health said on Thursday.

    A statement posted on the ministry's website said one of the patients is a 67-year-old woman in Riyadh, who had been suffering from various chronic diseases. She is now under intensive care, receiving the health care and proper treatment.

    The two other cases are both women health workers, one of them living in Asir region and the other in Riyadh. "They have mild symptoms but their health status are stable," said the MOH...

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