Saturday, May 3, 2014

MERS Virus in U.S, CDC Confirmed

The first case of MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) has confirmed in Indiana on Friday, According to the CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention). The person (a health-care worker) fell ill, when he was flying to U.S.A. from Saudi Arabia last week. He travelled from Riyadh to London, then to Chicago, and took a bus to Indiana on 24 April. He caused to shortness of breath, coughing, and fever on April 27, then he admitted to Community Hospital in Munster, Indiana. The health department said that same day he was shifted to the emergency department, and now he has become abandoned and is in stable condition.

CDC confirmed the case of MERS on Friday, now CDC is carrying on a joint investigation with the Indiana State Department of Health for finding out the truth of Virus.
MERS Virus Began in Saudi Arabia two years before, who became centre of MERS. Infections have been reported among health-care workers, previously. In 2012 more than 100 people were  died by the Virus and almost 400 people had inhaling illness. Now a time 262 case of MERS in 12 countries including  first in U.S. has been confirmed.

Firstly, the virus MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) found in camels, but the health Department do not know why it is spreading within Human.

MERS is a coronavirus Family that include common cold and as SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). Symptoms of MERS include fever, cough, and breathing problems. As of Now, doctors can treat only Symptoms of MERS while there is no treatment and no specific medicine for virus. Official Said It may have a seasonal pattern.

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