What Are The Chances…..
WHO: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome could be airborne
In a scientific paper published Tuesday, scientists suggested that Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) may be airborne. The disease has already claimed at least 288 lives since its appearance in 2012.
Researchers at King Fahd Medical Research Center in Saudi Arabia analyzed air samples from an infected camel barn, and the samples tested positive for a strain of the viral genome MERS RNA, CNN reports.
To start off with….I’m not going there. You know…
But I am thinking….what is my chance of exposure? No camels here. And I don’t go to the zoo. I don’t hang out with people from the Middle East. I’m good, lol.