A total of 294 patients suspected of contracting Coronavirus have been examined since January in Bahrain, but no one has tested positive, said a top official.
"All precautionary measures are being stepped up to avert any pote
The Egyptian authorities are investigating the cause of death of a person suspected of being infected with coronavirus, state TV reported on Monday, quoting a health ministry official.
The report on Nile News said a person suspect
Bahrain is free from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), said a top Health Ministry official.
"A total of 489 suspected cases have been examined over the past two years (since 2012) but none tested positi
Bahrain remains on high alert to prevent a killer virus that has claimed more than 100 lives in Saudi Arabia - including eight that died yesterday (April 28), a top Health Ministry official said.
Despite treating 400 suspect cases
No cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) have been registered in Bahrain, said Health Minister Sadiq Al Shehabi as he inspected the isolation ward at Salmaniya Medical Complex yesterday (April 27).
The ward has been
Egypt has discovered its first case of the potentially deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) in an Egyptian citizen who had recently returned from Saudi Arabia, Egypt's Ministry of Health said on Saturday.
A Saudi Arabian man has died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), while five more people were infected with the Mers-coronavirus, including two medics, all in Jeddah, a report said.
Yesterday’s death of the 52-yea
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has been informed of an additional laboratory-confirmed case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in Oman.
The case is a 59 year-old man who became sick with fever, cough a
Additional three laboratory-confirmed cases of infection with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in the UAE were reported to the World Health Organisation (WHO on December 1.
The three cases belong to a family
The risk from a new Middle East respiratory virus for millions planning to go to the annual Haj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia is very low and there is no need for pilgrims to be screened, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday.