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The rare strain has sickenened 132 people since early 2012.
CIDRAP's resource list includes up-to-date MCEIRS epi curve, other graphs, and a case map, as well as links to latest updates, agency guidelines, and Twitter feeds.
Scientists found that camels in three widely separated African countries had MERS-CoV-like antibodies.
The Saudi MERS count surged by 37 cases and 6 deaths in 3 days, including 21 new cases in Jeddah's outbreak.
The outbreak in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, had six more cases, and Greece reported a case with a link to Jeddah.
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Apr 16, 2014Practices for improving biosurveillance Webinar will include a presentation by Public Health Practices director Kathleen Kimball-Baker on Apr 24. Free advanced registration is required.
Apr 14, 2014Employee Spotlight: deputy director Jill DeBoer, MPH, profiled by the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center.
Mar 28, 2014MERS article published in Science examines the role of camels in the outbreak and quotes director Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH.
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