MERS virus in Slovakia

The Slovak Capital city Bratislava has its first MERS virus case. A South Korean man thought to have contracted the potentially deadly MERS virus has been hospitalized in tBratislava.

MERS virus in Slovakia

The Slovak Capital city Bratislava has its first MERS virus case.

A South Korean man thought to have contracted the potentially deadly MERS virus has been hospitalized in tBratislava.

The 38-year-old man from South Korea who is suffering from diarrhoea, fever and lesions on his skin.

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South Korean health officials on Saturday reported the 14th death from an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), with 12 new cases including that of an ambulance driver who moved a patient infected with the virus.

UPDATE: It has definitely been confirmed that the hotel where the other tourist were detained is opened for normal operation as of today, June 18, 2015. NO MERS was confirmed by a laboratory in Prague/CZ.

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