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  • Jordan cases in Late April into May 2014 - an outbreak building?

    Recent confirmed cases:

    #333 - Man, 25, was hospitalized in Al Jawf Province, Saudi Arabia from April 10 to 15 after suffering from pneumonia, now hospitalized in Jordan - Saudi Arabia

    #457 - Male, 28, who is a healthcare worker, had come in contact of case #333, a Saudi patient who had tested positive for coronavirus last week. - Jordan

    #502 - Man, 28, relative of case #333, diagnosed in Jordan, asymptomatic - Saudi Arabia

    #510 - Man, 56, health care worker, announced by Jordan government media - Amman, Jordan Death


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    The MoH recently screened 16 cases who all tested negative - May 8


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    2 cases widely reported in media yesterday, May 9, have tested negative.

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    Re: Jordan cases in Late April into May 2013 - an outbreak building?

    Media reports that case #333 died last night. He was originally reported as stable and not on a respirator.

    http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...362#post534362


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    Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) – update

    Disease Outbreak News

    24 APRIL 2014 - On 22 April 2014, the Ministry of Health of Jordan reported an additional laboratory-confirmed case of infection with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).

    The patient is a 25 year-old man from Al Grayat City, Saudi Arabia. He became ill on 9 April, was admitted to a hospital in Saudi Arabia on 10 April and discharged from the hospital on 15 April, against medical advice. As his condition did not improve, he sought medical care at another hospital in Zarka City, Jordan on 19 April, where he was tested positive for MERS-CoV. The patient has underlying medical conditions and has a history of travel to Abha Mecca and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 3 to 8 April. He has history of contact with camels and is also reported to have consumed camel milk.

    http://www.who.int/csr/don/2014_04_24_mers/en/

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    • #3
      Jordan cases in Late April into May 2014 - an outbreak building?

      machine translation

      Jordan reports 9th corona virus infection

      Amman, May 10 (Petra) -- Jordan announced that it has registered a 9th corona virus infection for a male nurse in his 50s working at a private hospital and was one of a cadre that was treating an infected person at the hospital.

      The health ministry said the new case was under an epidemiological investigation the ministry started for persons who dealt with infected people, adding that the man was in a stable condition.

      The total number of cases registered in the Kingdom since reporting the first case in 2012 rises to 9; four of them died.

      //Petra// AA
      10/5/2014 - 08:46:32 PM

      http://www.petra.gov.jo/Public_News/...e=Home&GType=1

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        Re: Jordan cases in Late April into May 2014 - an outbreak building?

        Recent confirmed cases:

        1) #333 - Man, 25, was hospitalized in Al Jawf Province, Saudi Arabia from April 10 to 15 after suffering from pneumonia, now hospitalized in Jordan - Saudi Arabia Death

        2) #457 - Male, 28, who is a healthcare worker, had come in contact of case #333, a Saudi patient who had tested positive for coronavirus last week. - Jordan

        3) #502 - Man, 28, relative of case #333, diagnosed in Jordan, asymptomatic - Saudi Arabia

        4) #510 - Man, 56, health care worker, announced by Jordan government media - Amman, Jordan Death

        5) #571 - Man, 50s, working at a private hospital and was one of a cadre that was treating an infected person at the hospital. Jordan

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        • #5
          Re: Jordan cases in Late April into May 2014 - an outbreak building?

          Not sure which health care worker this is from the above list.


          hat tip Michael Coston

          machine translation

          Sunday, May 11th / May 2014 (14:2 - GMT) Oman - «life»

          Jordanian died nurse working in a private hospital after suffering Pfyrus "Corona." The Jordanian medical source said on Sunday, that the nurse who works in a private hospital in Zarqa, northeast of the capital Amman, died at Prince Hamzah Hospital. The Jordanian Ministry of Health announced yesterday, for the record ninth Balvyrus injury since the beginning of its spread in the country.

          http://alhayat.com/Articles/2285279/...8%D9%86%D8%A7-

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