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2018.11.25. 중동호흡기증후군 (MERS) : Update ProMed / 중동-사우디아라비아
2018/08/22

 

중동호흡기증후군 (MERS) : Update

 

[ProMed] 2018.11.25 – Saudi Arabia

- 39-year-old male in Alasiah city, Qaseem region, Contact with camels: No, Case classification: Secondary, Household contact, Status at time of confirmation report: Hospitalized, Current status: Recovered

- 67-year-old male in Alasiah city, Qaseem region, Contact with camels: No, Case classification: Primary, Community acquired, Status at time of confirmation report: Hospitalized, Current status: recovered

- 52-year-old male in Riyadh city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: No

Case classification: Primary, Community acquired, Current status: Hospitalized

- 29-year-old female in Riyadh city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: No, Case classification: Primary, Community acquired, Current status: Hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6164213

 

[ONT] 2018.11.03 - Saudi Arabia

- From 17 September through 15 October 2018, the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) National Focal Point of Saudi Arabia reported eight additional cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection, including three deaths.

- Of the eight cases reported, three were hospital contacts from one hospital in Dammam and two were household contacts in Riyadh.

- From 2012 through 15 October 2018, the total global number of laboratory-confirmed MERS-CoV cases reported to WHO is 2262 with 803 associated deaths.

http://outbreaknewstoday.com/saudi-arabia-three-mers-deaths-reported-past-month-81224/

 

[ProMed] 2018.10.29 – Saudi Arabia

- 74-year-old male in Riyadh city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: Yes, Case classification: primary, community acquired, Current status: hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6118526

 

Between 2012 and 30 June 2018, 2229 laboratoryconfirmed cases of Middle East respiratory syndromecoronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection were reported to WHO, 83% of whom were reported by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Figure 1). In total, cases have been reported from 27 countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, the United States of America, and Asia (Table 1). Males above the age of 60 with an underlying medical conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension and renal failure, are at a higher risk of severe disease, including death. To date, 791 individuals have died (crude CFR 35.5%).

 

 

 
 

 

 

Source:

file:///C:/Users/GCIK/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/IE/MRA7BEXU/risk-assessment-august-2018.pdf

 

 

 

[ProMed] 2018.10.12. – Saudi Arabia

- 64-year-old male in Afeef city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: no, Case classification: primary, community acquired, Current status: hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6094846

 

[ProMed] 2018.10.13. – Saudi Arabia

- 64-year-old male in Aldwadmi city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: yes, Case classification: primary, community acquired, Current status: hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6089832

 

[ProMed] 2018.10.12. – Saudi Arabia

- 41-year-old female in Almoai city, Taif region, Contact with camels: Yes. Case classification: Primary, community acquired, Current status: Hospitalized

- 49-year-old male in Najran city, Najran region, Contact with camels: Yes. Case classification: Primary, community acquired, Current status: Hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6086164

 

[ONT] 2018.10.04. – Saudi Arabia

- Saudi Arabia officials reported 32 additional cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), including 10 deaths since June, according to a WHO outbreak news update Wednesday. Among these 32 cases, 12 cases were part of five distinct clusters (one health care and four household clusters).

http://outbreaknewstoday.com/mers-deaths-reach-800-since-2012/

 

[ProMed] 2018.10.03. – Saudi Arabia

- 22-year-old male in Afeef city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: no, Case classification: secondary, household contact, Current status: home-isolated

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6069065

 

[ProMed] 2018.09.29. – Saudi Arabia

- 66-year-old male in Buraidah city, Qaseem region, Contact with camels: no, Case classification: unknown, Date of report: 19 Sep 2018, Date of outcome update: 19 Sep 2018, Current status: deceased

- 50-year-old male in Afeef city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: no, Case classification: primary, community acquired, Date of report: 24 Sep 2018, Date of outcome update: 27 Sep 2018, Current status: deceased

 - 46-year-old male in Alasiah city, Qaseem region, Contact with camels: no, Case classification: under investigation, Date of report: 29 Sep 2018, Date of outcome report: 29 Sep 2018, Current status: deceased

- 65-year-old male in Buraidah city, Qaseem region, Contact with camels: no, Case classification: primary, community acquired, Date of report: 29 Sep 2018, Date of outcome report: still open, Report status: open, Current status: hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6060992

 

[ProMed] 2018.09.16. – Saudi Arabia

- 38-year-old male in Rumah city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: No, Case classification: Primary, community acquired, Current status: Hospitalized

- 62-year-old male in Buraidah city, Qaseem [Al Qasim] region, Contact with camels: No, Case classification: Secondary, household contact, Current status: Hospitalized

- 34-year-old male in Riyadh city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: No, Case classification: Secondary, household contact, Current status: Hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6033021

 

[ProMed] 2018.09.11. – Saudi Arabia

- 44-year-old male in Riyadh city, Riyadh Region, Contact with camels: Yes, Case classification: Primary, community acquired, Outcome: Hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/direct.php?id=20180911.6023092

 

[ProMed] 2018.09.08. – South Korea

-  A South Korean man, 61, was diagnosed with the potentially deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and is being treated at a hospital in Seoul, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said on Saturday [8 Sep 2018].

- The patient returned to Seoul on Friday [7 Sep 2018] after a business trip to Kuwait from [Thu 16 Aug 2018 to Thu 6 Sep 2018], according to the KCDC.

- This is the 1st time since July 2015 that an outbreak of MERS has been reported in South Korea.

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6016517

 

[ProMed] 2018.09.01. – Saudi Arabia

- 55-year-old female living in Aldwadmi city, Riyadh region, Contact with camels: no, Current status: hospitalized

- 61-year-old male living in Buraidah city, Qaseem region, Contact with camels: yes, Current status: hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/6002235

 

[ProMed] 2018.08.30. – Saudi Arabia

- 77-year-old male living in Alzulfi city, Qaseem Region, Contact with camels: no

Case classification: primary / community-acquired, Current status: hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/direct.php?id=20180830.5998414

 

[ONT] 2018.08.23. - UK (England)

- For the first time in five years, health officials in England are reporting a Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) case.

- The patient, a resident of the Middle East, was initially admitted to a hospital in Leeds and was transferred to Royal Liverpool Hospital. It is believed the patient have contracted the infection prior to traveling to the UK. 

http://outbreaknewstoday.com/england-reports-imported-mers-case-86654/

 

[ProMed] 2018.08.18. - Saudi Arabia

- An 80-year-old male living in Buljorshy city, Albaha region, Contact with camels: No

Case classification: Primary / community-acquired, Current Status: Hospitalized

http://www.promedmail.org/post/5972601

 

 

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