Camels in Saudi Arabia teeming with MERS virus

Most animals tested had signs of infection that can be deadly in people

LAST STRAW  Three-quarters of dromedary camels in Saudi Arabia show signs of MERS coronavirus infections, further evidence that the humped animals are a possible source of the deadly virus. 

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