Mapping MERS as virus spreads globally 

The United States has confirmed a third case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), the deadly virus that has killed more than 150 people globally.
But despite the relatively high fatality rate of the disease, increased detections may moreover reflect the strenuous effort of the medical community to track the virus as it spreads.
Health officials are still learning about MERS, a coronavirus first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012 that has gone on to kill almost a third of the hundreds of known people to have come down with symptoms.

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Mapping MERS as virus spreads globally 

The United States has confirmed a third case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), the deadly virus that has killed more than 150 people globally.

But despite the relatively high fatality rate of the disease, increased detections may moreover reflect the strenuous effort of the medical community to track the virus as it spreads.

Health officials are still learning about MERS, a coronavirus first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012 that has gone on to kill almost a third of the hundreds of known people to have come down with symptoms.

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    bet it won’t reach madagascar
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    Wont be surprised if it reaches Sweden. We are like 80% immigrants from middle east. Good going
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