Coronavirus from the past: MERS continues to claim lives
Saudi Arabia has reported 2,578 cases of MERS-CoV and 888 deaths from 2012 till July this year, according to the WHO
South Korean prime minister declares ‘de facto end’ to MERS outbreak
MERS has infected 186 people in the country, killing 36
BATting for disease
A new study maps the transmission landscape for diseases emanating due to contact with bats
A deadly virus of patenting
A Dutch institute's patent application on the MERS virus raises concerns about public health
Saudi Arabia reports 6 new MERS cases, 4 deaths in last 6 months
Household contacts tested negative; infected camels quarantined
Understanding zoonotic diseases: ‘Global human interaction has eased transmission’
Globalisation and population explosion have led to increase in human-to-human transmission of viruses, says Sanath Krishna Muliya, project …
COVID-19: 'Need to address the unknown'
WHO spokesperson Christian Lindmeier's on why the UN health body doesn't consider novel coronavirus to be a pandemic
COVID-19: Climate-related disasters impact labour more than wars
The ongoing pandemic will add to already-reduced labour productivity caused by natural disasters whose frequency has doubled since 2000
MERS virus may spread to India post Haj
Researchers predict spread of acute respiratory syndrome that originated in the Middle East by studying population movements; Mumbai, Kozhikode …
Should we worry about the long-term impact of the novel coronavirus?
Pathogens differ in their ability to affect multiple organs but they all invariably cause long-term effects
COVID-19: How safe are Indian wet markets?
India is a huge market for meats. Apart from usual poultry, bovine and fish, a few protected species are also illegally traded for food in wet markets