The Health Authority Abu Dhabi, Haad, has announced a positive case of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (Mers-CoV) in Abu Dhabi.
The case is receiving the medical care required, a Wam news agency report quoting Haa
Thailand today confirmed Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS CoV) disease in a traveller, the second such case in the country in the last seven months, as WHO cautioned other member states in its South-East Asia Region against the
A recent surge in cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), a sometimes deadly virus, in Saudi Arabia has ebbed in the run-up to Islam's annual haj pilgrimage, the kingdom's Health Minister Khaled Al-Falih said on Thursday.
Medizone International, the manufacturers of the AsepticSure Hospital Disinfection System, has sold and delivered the initial two Aseptic sytems to Al-Hidaya International Medical Services Company headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) coronavirus could have been developed as a biological weapon, a Saudi Arabian official has said.
Abdullah Asiri, the ministry’s undersecretary for preventive health, was quoted by
Governments are not doing all they should to tackle the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), a committee of health experts at the World Health Organization said.
The WHO's emergency committee, wh
Saudi Arabia's Health Ministry has confirmed 58 new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) in the country since the start of August, data on its website shows, the highest rise in recorded infections since February.
A majority of patients those who have recently contracted the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (Mers-CoV) in Saudi Arabia were health workers, according to a report.
The World Health Organization (W
From a few sniffles to a chesty cough, headache and runny nose, any changes to air-conditioned environments, temperature and a population of constant travelers are culprits often slapped with the blame of different viruses, according to an exp
People in Bahrain could still be at risk of contracting coronavirus, despite camels in the country testing negative for the deadly virus. Health authorities in the kingdom conducted nationwide tests on camels, which were believed to be the sou