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  • UAE announces two new cases of MERS coronavirus - May 20, 2015

    ABU DHABI, 20th May, 2015 (WAM) -- The Health Authority - Abu Dhabi, HAAD, has announced two new cases of Coronavirus (MERS-CoV), which are reported as stable and receiving the necessary medical care.
    The authority said that the two cases show no symptoms, highlighting that they confirmed their infection with the virus through active investigation, noting that the cases have been isolated in hospitals as a precautionary measure. The authority is also actively checking the health status of contacts of the two cases. Based on previous similar cases, HAAD expects that the two patients will recover from the virus automatically over 10-14 days.
    The Health Authority, in coordination with the Ministry of Health, health authorities and competent departments, has taken all necessary precautionary measures as per international standards and recommendations from the World Health Organisation.
    http://www.wam.ae/en/news/emirates/1395280827636.html

  • Pathfinder
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    Al Ain Mers patients released from hospital

    The National staff

    May 31, 2015 Updated: May 31, 2015 07:49 PM

    ABU DHABI // The two men diagnosed with the Mers virus last month have been given the all-clear by Health Authority Abu Dhabi.

    The men, expatriates who worked with camels in Al Ain, tested positive for the disease in May.

    Although they did not display any symptoms, they were kept in isolation as a precaution.

    The first was a 29-year-old expatriate who was diagnosed on May 13 after transporting camels from Oman to Al Ain. The second man, 33, tested positive for Mers on May 17.

    They have now both been released from hospital.
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    http://www.thenational.ae/uae/health...-from-hospital

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  • Pathfinder
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    Home News Emirates

    2 Mers patients recover without treatment

    New tests prove negtive; patients leave hospital

    By Wam
    Published Sunday, May 31, 2015

    The Health Authority - Abu Dhabi (Haad) has announced that the two individuals who were in isolation in hospital with Mers Coronavirus have now tested negative for the virus and left the hospital.

    Haad said in a statement today that the cases were confirmed positive through active case finding, and were kept in isolation at hospitals as a precautionary measure. They were able to clear the virus themselves without any treatment.
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    http://www.emirates247.com/news/emir...05-31-1.592382

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  • sharon sanders
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    It announced the Health Authority - Abu Dhabi, two cases of Corona virus that causes respiratory syndrome Middle East.
    The authority said that cases Mstqrtin not showing any symptoms, has been confirmed infected with the virus through the active investigation has been isolated in hospital as a precautionary measure as an examination contacts of the two cases, and based on previous similar cases, the Commission expects to dispose of these cases of the virus automatically through 10 - 14 days. The authority also confirmed that it in coordination with the Ministry of Health and health authorities and the concerned authorities in the State has taken the necessary precautionary measures necessary according to scientific recommendations and conditions approved and standards of the World Health Organization. in turn, the Health Ministry said that the epidemiological investigation centers in the state are working around the clock early for reporting any cases of the virus confirmed that the state health system effectively and that the ministry is following the situation closely to ensure the health and safety of everyone.

    http://www.haad.ae/haad/ar/tabid/104...6/Default.aspx

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