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Not quite a threat yet, but MERS merits watching

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May 14, 2014

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Dominick
June 19, 2014

One might consider the hysteria and other psychological effects caused by media driven “super diseases”. I appreciated the conclusion of the article, where in emphasizes common sense when dealing with outbreaks.

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rahmat
June 08, 2014

This information really helped me to clarify and anticipate that participants will leave pilgrimage / umrah to saudi arabia.
this is very important because an understanding of the very minimal mers.

Hafiz amir
June 07, 2014

Great info about Not quite a threat yet, but MERS merits watching. Really very useful and informative post. Thanks for sharing. But the World Health Organization’s Emergency Committee on MERS-CoV, members expressed growing concern about the effect of MERS on public health. However, because there is currently “no evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission,” the situation doesn’t yet meet the criteria for a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.

Adi Amyra
May 21, 2014

It is useful info. In my country, many pilgrims who just returned from Umrah indicated MERS virus. With this info we can anticipate better.

zoltanwelvart
May 18, 2014

Our interdependance moved blackdeath 5miles a day.not the rat.now with agriculture beginning with a pond fed the mineral algae left by dead sea.not aguaponics(perpetual motion machine)feedstock from tunnels dug in green . everyone believing same system works, won’t make it werk.

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