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MERS is a zoonotic disease transmitted from dromedaries to humans. The spread has mainly occurred in hospitals and most commonly occurs in Saudi Arabia where, so far, 2000 people have been infected with a fatality rate of 40%. In the future, prevention will be through vaccination of humans having contact with dromedaries and/or vaccination of dromedaries.

When: Tuesday, October 2, 2018
11:00 AM
Contact: Tom Berg

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Presenter: Dr. Ulrich Wernery, Scientific Director, Central Veterinary Research
Lab, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

At the conclusion of this session, the participant should be able to accomplish the
- Describe the MERS pathogen
- Describe the main sources of human infection with MERS CoV. Describe the
three patterns of MERS CoV transmission to humans

- Describe the clinical signs of infection with MERS CoV in humans and in camels
- Explain the significance of MERS as a zoonotic disease
- Describe current measures available to prevent the spread of MERS