A year on from the first reported human case of infection with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), the world still has few answers to the most pressing question from a public-health perspective: what is the source of the steady stream of new cases? Only with this information can the outbreak be controlled.
Ed Rybicki‘s insight:
Strange how nationalism can trump common sense – in the face of something like MERS.
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