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In a related development, a new study suggests goats, sheep, and horses aren't likely to pass MERS-CoV to humans.
The new case is in Hofuf, and WHO's director-general said Saudi health authorities have discussed vaccine development with US officials.
South Korea's government considers the hospital-linked outbreak over, as researchers reported on early vaccine and antibody findings.
The second American infected with Ebola returned home today, as new information emerged about experimental treatment use and more possible cases.
WHO experts stressed the importance of basic infection control measures to prevent the spread of MERS-CoV.
Just 1 Saudi case today, an Iranian patient has died, and the US plans serology tests.
The man did not catch the disease from the first US MERS patient after all.
Saudi Arabia reported more MERS cases and a death, and Oman found the virus in racing camels.
Modest number of cases today, and researchers identify drugs that raise hope for possible treatment one day.
Compelling evidence and prudence dictate higher levels of respiratory protection for health workers.
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