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There Is No Threat Of MERS In Russia
15.06.2015 14:17
There Is No Threat Of MERS In Russia

Russia started  the development of a vaccine against the coronavirus MERS long time ago. This was proved by  Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets.

      However, Deputy Prime Minister stressed that there is no threat of an epidemic of the virus in Russia at the moment.

      Earlier in Germany first European patient infected by MERS died. The number of deaths from the virus in Korea reached 19 people, and there are  154 people infected.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: MERS     

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