New MERS Coronavirus Detected In Abu Dhabi, WHO Confirms First Case. Health officials have examined 108 people who were in contact with the man, but no secondary infections have been found as of yet.
Although the COVID pandemic may have ended, the virus is still infecting people in various parts of the world. In a recent report, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a 28-year-old man from Abu Dhabi has tested positive for the potentially fatal and deadly MERS Coronavirus Infection (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus). According to the initial test reports, 108 other people who came in close contact with the infected man have been examined by the city health officials, but no secondary infections have been found as of yet. Speaking to the media, the officials said, “The infected man has been hospitalized last month and is undergoing treatment. The current condition of the infected man is still awaited.”
In a report, the WHO Ahas revealed that a total of 2,605 cases of the MERS-CoV virus have been reported so far, with 936 associated deaths. So what is this new virus? Can it trigger a COVID-19-like pandemic across the globe? Let’s check the details of this virus and the various symptoms that a [atoetn may experience after contracting the virus.