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The Bactrian camels had similar infection and shedding patterns as dromedaries.
In global developments, European officials warn of a growing gap in vaccine coverage, and the WHO certifies measles and rubella elimination in Bahrain, Oman, and Iran.
The outbreak total grew by 11 cases today, reaching a total of 1,888 infections.
"An enhanced UN-wide response is required. . . . We have no time to lose," says David Gressly.
The 19 new infections raise the outbreak total to 1,866 cases amid continued threats.
Two strategies—handshake stewardship and diagnostic stewardship—rose to the top.
Seventeen of 20 companies now have publicly available policies.
In another development, arson threats at Masereka health facilities impeded infection prevention steps.
"One of the world's most dangerous viruses in one of the world's most dangerous areas," WHO director-general says.
The agency is tracking 10 active outbreaks across the country, including one involving almost 500 cases in New York City.
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