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The observational study found 46% protection but is smaller than an earlier one that showed no protection.
Viral changes, birth year, repeat vaccinations, and waning protection may all play a role.
The Texas case is in a county where illnesses were reported last year.
Many Saudi MERS-CoV cases still involve contact with camels or drinking raw camel milk.
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