Wednesday, May 7, 2014

A resident of Bali died from the MERS virus

MERS virus
A resident of Bali, who lives in Nusa Dua, Badung Regency, died at the General Hospital Center Sanglah, for allegedly MERS virus (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome). He brought his family to Sanglah Hospital, on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, at around 1:20 pm. After receiving treatment for nearly 12 hours, him lives not helped.

Of treatment used medical team, the patient died allegedly due to Corona virus, or MERS virus. But the results of a blood sample showed he was negative. Alleged is getting stronger by the search is done, the patient known to have experienced symptoms of fever, cough and shortness few weeks before the stated suspect MERS-CoV.

Patients with MERS virus never visited Saudi Arabia in September 2012. Yet it is difficult to ascertain that his death was due to a MERS virus. Because he visited Saudi Arabia in a long time already.