MERS


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AcronymDefinition
MERSMiddle East Respiratory Syndrome (virus)
MERSMortgage Electronic Registration System
MERSMiddle East Respiratory Virus (disease)
MERSMunicipal Employees Retirement System (Michigan)
MERSMobile Emergency Response Support
MERSMicrowave Earth Remote Sensing (Laboratory, Brigham Young University)
MERSMobile Emergency Response System
MERSMarine Expeditionary Rifle Squad
MERSMitsubishi Energy Recovery System (Japan)
MERSMinimal Essential Requirements
MERSMetropolitan Employment and Rehabilitation Services (St. Louis, MO; Goodwill Industries)
MERSMost Economical Routing Selection
MERSMethod for Estimating the Received Signal
MERSMultifunctional Electromagnetic Radiation System
MERSMultiagency Electronic [Pharmaceutical] Regulatory Submission project
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The public may visit the following pages for more information and health advice: the MERS pages of the CHP and the Travel Health Service, MERS statistics in affected areas, the CHP's Facebook Page and YouTube Channel, and the World Health Organization's latest news.
MERS is a viral respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus.
The injections, made from MERS virus DNA and protein, triggered the production of virus-attacking antibodies, and may inform the design of human MERS vaccines, the researchers report July 28 in Nature Communications.
It was the second case of MERS since February when a Filipino nurse tested positive for the virus after returning from the Middle East.
The ministry also said three more patients with MERS had died, taking the South Korean death toll to 19.
According to the WHO, till date globally 1,244 MERS cases have been reported with at least 446 deaths.
For patients who are suspected as MERS cases, health-care providers need to collect the oropharyngeal swab, nasopharyngeal swab, sputum, serum, and stool/rectal swab specimens and send them to the public health laboratory.
paragraph]) Guidance on the evaluation of patients for MERS-CoV infection, infection control, home care and isolation, and clinical specimen collection and testing is available on the CDC MERS website at http://www.
Links to videos, articles and research related to MERS.
The Health Ministry is very concerned about MERS as many Iranians are expected to visit Saudi Arabia for the month of Ramadan, starting in late June.
The man likely contracted MERS from a man in Indiana who was hospitalized in late April with the first known U.