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    Health Taif: No cases of "Corona" hospitals and maintain a common trading

    Posted in News Arabia with 0 comments 16 hours ago


    [FONT=Tahoma][FONT=Tahoma]Fahad Al-Otaibi - Sbak- Taif: denied the Directorate of Health Affairs in Taif what is traded through the means of social communication of the existence of cases of the virus carrier "Corona" epidemic in hospitals in the province, confirmed the lack of veracity of these rumors in toto.

    In detail, confirmed media spokesman health Taif Siraj Hemaidan; that cases infected with Corona in hospitals in Taif, whether internal or terminal; are advertised through the Ministry of Health data, noting at the same time not to drift behind such rumors which might aims promoters to spread fear between the parents.

    The number of messages received on the service Alwats August, contains a warning that hospitals in Taif infected with the virus, and this was denied by media spokesman health, in light of the Rhode name "Taif" in the data released by the Ministry of Health and recording deaths and HIV infections in hospitals in Taif government.

    http://news.yemeneconomist.com/news/72/238980/%D8%B5%D8%AD%D8%A9_%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B7%D8%A7%D8%A6% D9%81_%D9%84%D8%A7_%D9%8A%D9%88%D8%AC%D8%AF_%D8%AD %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%AA_%D9%83%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%88% D9%86%D8%A7_%D8%A8%D9%85%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%B4%D9%81%D 9%8A%D8%A7%D8%AA_%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%AD%D8%A7%D9 %81%D8%B8%D8%A9_%D9%88%D9%85%D8%A7_%D9%8A%D8%AA%D8 %AF%D8%A7%D9%88%D9%84_%D8%B4%D8%A7%D8%A6%D8%B9%D8% A9


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    Recent MoH announced infections in Taif:


    September 2014:

    740) #861 - Male, 43, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    744) #865 - Male, 27, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    745) #866 - Male, 65, Saudi, in stable condition - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    763) #884 - Male, 37, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    765) #886 - Male, 40, health care worker, Expat, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia


    October 2014:

    769) #890 - Male, 60, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU, camel exposure - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    770) #891 - Male, 69, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    772) #893 - Male, 77, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    774) #896 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    777) #899 - Female, 42, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    778) #900 - Male, 60, Saudi, died - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

    780) #902 - Male, 66, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

    781) #903 - Male, 65, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia



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    Last edited by sharon sanders; October 19, 2014, 02:34 PM. Reason: added 2 more cases this afternoon

  • #2
    Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals

    13 cases in last 7 weeks since beginning of cluster, including 3 health care workers. Updated above list.

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    • #3
      Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals

      Apparently the Minister of Health criticized the Taif health director for his handling of the situation.


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      Why the anger and the Minister of Health and Director of Health cut answer Taif?
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      Moatn- Ahmed Almsaud- Taif
      Pour Health Minister-designate Adel Al Faqih scorn on the Taif Health Director and officials of the kidney dialysis center at King Abdulaziz from the failure to take measures to ensure that transmission and that after watching the family of adhesion patients and their proximity to each other in some way that allows the transfer of infection.
      He drew scathing criticism jurist to the director of the health of the Taif Matouk Usaimi saying: measures must be taken over in a matter of reducing the infection taking into account the lack of patients close to each other, and this is the first step to combat the infection and not their contact with each other.
      The Director of Health Affairs tried to answer a question by the minister to go to the last curve, where between Usaimi that the health of Mecca supported the Taif medical team by addressing them, and that after the third day of the correspondence.
      Fakih did not let the opportunity for "Usaimi" to complete the interrupted his answer by saying: I mean something else and not the human potential, but we refer to the overcrowding in the status of kidney patients' rooms, demanding to treat it as an initial step to prevent the transmission of infection.

      http://www.almowaten.net/?p=241245

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      • #4
        Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals

        Health Minister Reviews Response to MERS-CoV in Taif
        20 October 2014

        His Excellency Eng. Adel M. Fakeih, the acting Minister of Health, conducted an urgent inspection Sunday of King Faisal and King Abdulaziz hospitals in response to a MERS-CoV cluster in Taif.

        The Ministry’s Command & Control Center has confirmed nine MERS-CoV cases in the Taif area over the last two weeks.

        “The concerning rate of infection in Taif suggests we may see additional cases of MERS-CoV there in the coming days,” Minister Fakeih said. “This is a reminder of the dangers to the public of unprotected contact with camels and the need for healthcare workers to follow proper infection-control procedures.”

        In addition to sporadic cases most likely linked to exposure to infected camels, there have been some secondary infections that involved patients and healthcare workers at local hospitals.

        “We might not be able to eradicate MERS-CoV from nature, but the Ministry must do everything possible to protect patients and healthcare workers from this disease,” the Minister said. “Even one MERS-CoV infection acquired in the hospital is a crisis that demands an immediate and comprehensive response.”

        The Ministry is taking the following steps with immediate effect:

        •Public health experts are tracing people who came into contact with each of the MERS-CoV patients.
        •The dialysis unit at King Abdulaziz Hospital is being disinfected. To reduce overcrowding, the Ministry is moving up to 20 additional dialysis machines to King Faisal Hospital, which will allow the Ministry to divert some dialysis patients there from King Abdulaziz Hospital to King Faisal Hospital.
        •King Abdulaziz Hospital will transfer MERS-CoV patients to King Faisal Hospital, the designated MERS-CoV hospital for Taif.
        •The Ministry is moving a mobile laboratory to Taif to accommodate the need for additional testing and to expedite the delivery of test results.
        •Both hospitals are transferring some of their intensive-care patients, when feasible, to Jeddah and Riyadh.
        •Experts are assessing and monitoring infection-control measures at the MOH facilities. This includes fit testing for the face masks that healthcare workers wear while treating patients.
        •The existing isolation ward for MERS-CoV patients at King Faisal Hospital is being split into two wards, one for suspected cases and one for confirmed cases.
        •MOH dialysis units in Taif are adding an additional shift with the goal of preventing infection by reducing the number of patients who are being treated in each session.

        The Minister was joined by Dr. Anees Sindi, Deputy Commander of the Ministry’s Command & Control Center and Dr. Abdullah Assiri, World Health Organization focal point and Assistant Deputy Minister for Preventive Health.


        “The response to coronavirus continues to involve all those who can add value to our efforts to control the virus, including the World Health Organization and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,” Minister Fakeih said. “There is no vaccine for MERS-CoV, but we can work together to reduce the number of infections. That’s why some of the greatest minds in Saudi Arabia – eminent professors and doctors from universities and hospitals across the Kingdom – are working with the Ministry to fight the spread of this virus.”

        The Command & Control Center has conducted a comprehensive review of the operations at both Taif hospitals in recent days. The deputy commander toured both facilities on Saturday with the head of clinical operations at the Center. The head of the infection-control team has been working onsite in Taif since last week.

        The ongoing collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture is expanding in Taif because some of the recent infections are thought to be associated with exposure to infected camels.

        Please visit http://www.moh.gov.sa/ccc for recommendations on how to prevent MERS-CoV infection and the latest information about confirmed cases in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

        http://www.moh.gov.sa/en/Ministry/Me...10-20-001.aspx

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        • #5
          Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

          Updated -


          Recent MoH announced infections in Taif:


          September 2014:

          740) #861 - Male, 43, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          744) #865 - Male, 27, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          745) #866 - Male, 65, Saudi, in stable condition - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          763) #884 - Male, 37, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          765) #886 - Male, 40, health care worker, Expat, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia


          October 2014:

          769) #890 - Male, 60, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU, camel exposure - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          770) #891 - Male, 69, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          772) #893 - Male, 77, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          774) #896 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          777) #899 - Female, 42, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          778) #900 - Male, 60, Saudi, died - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

          780) #902 - Male, 66, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          781) #903 - Male, 65, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

          784) #906 - Female, 35, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia



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          • #6
            Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

            Updated -


            Recent MoH announced infections in Taif:


            September 2014:

            740) #861 - Male, 43, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            744) #865 - Male, 27, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            745) #866 - Male, 65, Saudi, in stable condition - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            763) #884 - Male, 37, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            765) #886 - Male, 40, health care worker, Expat, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia


            October 2014:

            769) #890 - Male, 60, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU, camel exposure - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            770) #891 - Male, 69, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            772) #893 - Male, 77, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            774) #896 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            777) #899 - Female, 42, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            778) #900 - Male, 60, Saudi, died - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

            780) #902 - Male, 66, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            781) #903 - Male, 65, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            784) #906 - Female, 35, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

            785) #907 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia


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            • #7
              Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

              This person is not on any MoH list and was hospitalized in a 3rd, previously not mentioned, hospital in Taif.

              Corona" kills a patient myself in Taif .. and his family are demanding an investigation
              Arab NewsTwo hours ago


              Continue - Taif:
              Patient died psychologically infected with Corona guests Psychiatric Hospital in Taif, and the deceased was Hacn Nefaie - 57 years - is suffering from kidney failure, and is suspected in the transmission of the virus to him during one of the sessions of hemodialysis, has been rumored the body of the deceased after the prayer for him yesterday afternoon at the Grand Mosque Al-Abbas Mosque.
              He asked those with the deceased to investigate promptly and Accounting from proving his involvement in the palaces and negligence that led to his death, while apologized official spokesman for the health of Taif Siraj Hemaidan about to make any statement about the demands of the people Nefaie, pointing out that comment on this issue from the jurisdiction of the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health, Dr. Khalid Marghalani , according to "Okaz".
              Said Riad Nefaie The Fiqidhm a guests psychiatric hospital in Taif since more than a year, which is suffering from renal failure, has afflicted the virus during washing due to poor safety precautions and measures to combat the disease, in addition to the adjacent family patients in the Department of the kidney, which is criticized by the Minister within his last tour in the hospital, and may be HIV infection occurred in the psychiatric hospital, and the largest catastrophe here, the fact that guests slice expensive for everyone and have their own circumstances.
              The Minister of Health-designate Adel Faqih had criticized during his surprise at King Abdulaziz Specialist adjacent chairs Mgsley kidney, stressing that it is unacceptable and contributes to the transmission, and the face at the time director of the health of the Taif Dr. Matouk Usaimi deportation, and speed the development of a center for dialysis in the hospital King Faisal capacity of 120 beds.

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              • #8
                Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                I think this article may be about the same patient as mentioned in the above post:

                Corona" .. fears due to the death in the "Shahar" after dialysis
                Palace Complex, King Faisal emergency medical cases "suspect"
                Mobile laboratory, which began operation in Taif? (Home)


                Taif: Althbyta helped, Sultan Al-Harthy 2014-10-23 4:09 PM
                The shut down of Health Affairs in Taif emergency complex of King Faisal Medical, and failed reception on cases of respiratory suspected of being infected with HIV Corona, funeral people of the province yesterday, the first victims of the disease in a hospital mental health known as the "Shahar", who died the morning of the day before yesterday wounds sustained virus, which has moved him during a session of dialysis, said a source familiar with the "home", "The deceased, who at the age of 57 years were inmates in hospital Shahar 14 months ago, and ill renal failure, and it is transferred periodically to the kidney dialysis center at King Abdulaziz Specialist dialysis , and during the last session was wounded virus, which did not give him a long, died after a pause organs of the body. "
                and got "home" on a copy of the death certificate and the citizen, which proved the cause of death, a "virus infection Corona, and renal insufficiency final, and respiratory failure and lack of multiple organs..


                more...


                http://www.alwatan.com.sa/Nation/New...6&CategoryID=3

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                • #9
                  Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                  Updated -


                  Recent MoH announced infections in Taif:


                  September 2014:

                  740) #861 - Male, 43, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  744) #865 - Male, 27, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  745) #866 - Male, 65, Saudi, in stable condition - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  763) #884 - Male, 37, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  765) #886 - Male, 40, health care worker, Expat, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia


                  October 2014:

                  769) #890 - Male, 60, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU, camel exposure - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  770) #891 - Male, 69, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  772) #893 - Male, 77, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  774) #896 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  777) #899 - Female, 42, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  778) #900 - Male, 60, Saudi, died - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

                  780) #902 - Male, 66, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  781) #903 - Male, 65, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  784) #906 - Female, 35, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  785) #907 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                  788) #911 - Male, 45, hospitalized in ward, Taif, Saudi Arabia


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                  • #10
                    Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                    Updated -


                    Recent MoH announced infections in Taif:


                    September 2014:

                    740) #861 - Male, 43, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    744) #865 - Male, 27, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    745) #866 - Male, 65, Saudi, in stable condition - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    763) #884 - Male, 37, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    765) #886 - Male, 40, health care worker, Expat, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia


                    October 2014:

                    769) #890 - Male, 60, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU, camel exposure - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    770) #891 - Male, 69, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    772) #893 - Male, 77, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    774) #896 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    777) #899 - Female, 42, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    778) #900 - Male, 60, Saudi, died - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

                    780) #902 - Male, 66, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    781) #903 - Male, 65, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    784) #906 - Female, 35, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    785) #907 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    788) #911 - Male, 45, hospitalized in ward, Taif, Saudi Arabia

                    789) #912 - Male, 75, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia


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                    • #11
                      Are there more coronavirus MERS cases in Taif that the MoH is not disclosing?

                      This media is a major outlet in Saudi Arabia. The fact that this editorial is published lends support to the idea that there are more cases in Taif than has been announced by the MoH. This author is suggesting that the MoH is covering up some cases and this author warns against this as the social media will explode with rumors of exponentially more cases than is factual. Hada hospital is a hospital that I have not seen previously mentioned in Taif as one that has coronavirus cases.


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                      Corona» in Taif
                      Ali Aljhali

                      Warned colleagues in a group "and Atsab", during the past few days, that there is an outbreak of a new virus Coruna in Taif.

                      A colleague confirmed that doctors Hada Hospital died from a wound infection, and that there are other cases in hospitals in the province.

                      Honest I did not expect that this information be correct, especially since we have become accustomed to the new minister a great deal of transparency and accountability, which affected the health of senior executives in Jeddah, what happened?

                      Yesterday appeared to indicate that the information minister to visit hospitals in the province, but the ministry has recognized more serious matters, including a renal failure patients exposed to disease and death, a dialysis center at King Abdul Aziz Hospital users. By the end of the visit, issued a command and control center in the ministry set of procedures that must be adhered to ensure dealing with the status quo.

                      If we are going to a new way of handling different from what was approved by the minister when he visited the province of Jeddah Health beginning of his mission. The most important criterion for this method is confidential, as officials in the province said that the ministry does not want to publish the announcement of panic among the population on the incidence of the virus.

                      I understand the ministry not to announce the cases did not prove her, or the possibility that something in a particular hospital is happening, but has "ax occurred in the head" and wounded physicians and patients with the virus; but some of them died,

                      here is not for the Ministry to hide the facts about public opinion; because the danger exists and the people to exercise a reasonable degree of protection for themselves and their sons and daughters.

                      I expect that the reservation to the Declaration of incidence can be an act punishable by the administrator in the countries of the civilized world, and I was expecting that the minister will continue in its transparency, which began its work in the ministry, search for arguments can only be interpreted as an attempt to cover up the mistakes.

                      There exist situations and teach workers in the sector who are in contact with their relatives and colleagues; but members of the social networking groups and one case may turn into 100 cases when passed between tongues, I support this transparency that will ensure that people get the right information from the right source. It is the safest way to deal with any health crisis such as this.

                      http://www.aleqt.com/2014/10/26/article_899144.html

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                      • #12
                        Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                        Source: http://www.spa.gov.sa/viewphotonews.php?id=1288404&pic=

                        Ministry of Health issues statement on Coronavirus in Taif

                        Riyadh, Muharram 03, 1436, October 27, 2014, SPA -- The Ministry of Health has issued a further statement to the previous one on registering cases of infection with Coronavirus (MERS) in Taif, saying that it is still recorded sporadic cases of infection by the virus, stressing the importance of adherence to preventive measures to curb the spread of the disease, not to contact with the infected camels, as well as an emphasis on measures to control infection in health facilities.
                        The ministry noted the completion of the review and application of all precautionary and preventive measures to curb the spread of infection in health facilities in Taif, indicating the operating of a kidney unit at King Faisal Hospital in Taif urgently including 25 dialysis chairs, so as to relieve the pressure, which dealth with about one-third of patients.
                        --SPA
                        12:52 LOCAL TIME 09:52 GMT

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                        • #13
                          Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                          Source: http://www.arabnews.com/news/651321

                          New measures to save lives from deadly MERS virus
                           Published — Tuesday 28 October 2014
                          Last update 28 October 2014 12:11 am

                          The Ministry of Health has announced that it is beefing up measures to counter the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) as the deadly virus claimed the lives of two more people on Sunday.
                          The ministry said the actions include disinfecting the dialysis unit at King Abdulaziz Hospital in Taif, which has been responsible for six of the 12 infections in the city over the past two weeks.
                          It repeated an earlier warning that people should avoid camels showing MERS symptoms, which have been responsible for the six other infections in Taif...
                          ...Among the preventive measures taken in Taif include the disinfection of the dialysis unit at King Abdulaziz Hospital.
                          To reduce overcrowding, the ministry is moving 20 additional dialysis machines to King Faisal Hospital, allowing it to absorb one-third of all dialysis patients from King Abdulaziz Hospital.
                          The ministry is adding an additional work shift to reduce the number of patients treated at each session, aimed at cutting down on infections.
                          The ministry moved the mobile molecular laboratory to King Faisal Hospital to support Taif Health Affairs’ need for additional testing.
                          It is providing hands-on “refresher” training to health care workers on proper infection prevention and control procedures.
                          It has also improved daily monitoring procedures for all dialysis patients treated at King Abdulaziz Hospital to ensure their safety and prevent further transmission of MERS.
                          Strict measures have been implemented to reduce visits and movement of personnel and visitors between units and dedicated waiting areas.
                          MERS-infected patients would be transferred to King Faisal Hospital, the designated center for cases in Taif, where rooms have been modified to ensure proper isolation of suspected and confirmed cases.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                            Now the Health Ministry of Taif is denying news and internet reports of 119 coronavirus MERS cases.

                            http://www.m3n4.com/localnews/197680

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                            • #15
                              Re: Saudi Arabia - Taif government denies coronavirus MERS epidemic in hospitals - MoH statement on recent cases

                              Updated -


                              Recent MoH announced infections in Taif:


                              September 2014:

                              740) #861 - Male, 43, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              744) #865 - Male, 27, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              745) #866 - Male, 65, Saudi, in stable condition - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              763) #884 - Male, 37, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              765) #886 - Male, 40, health care worker, Expat, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia


                              October 2014:

                              769) #890 - Male, 60, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU, camel exposure - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              770) #891 - Male, 69, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              772) #893 - Male, 77, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              774) #896 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              777) #899 - Female, 42, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              778) #900 - Male, 60, Saudi, died - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

                              780) #902 - Male, 66, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              781) #903 - Male, 65, Saudi, hospitalized in ICU - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              784) #906 - Female, 35, Expat, health care worker, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              785) #907 - Male, 70, Saudi, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              788) #911 - Male, 45, hospitalized in ward, Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              789) #912 - Male, 75, hospitalized in ward - Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              795) #918 - Male, 84, Expat, deceased - Taif, Saudi Arabia Death

                              798) #921 - Male, 36, Saudi, stable condition, Taif, Saudi Arabia

                              799) #922 - Male, 38, Saudi, health care worker, stable condition, Taif, Saudi Arabia



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