MERS patient improving at Indiana hospital

Doctors say the first patient in the U.S. to catch a the deadly Mideast virus MERS will soon be released from a Munster, Indiana hospital.

Hospital officials are not saying much about the patient, citing federal regulations.  He lives in Saudi Arabia and works at a hospital there that has treated MERS patients.  He came to Munster for a planned visit with his family.

On Monday April 28 he walked into the emergency room of Community Hospital in Munster, complaining of flu-like symptoms — fever, cough and shortness of breath.  He was quickly put into a private room.
Read more at http://wgntv.com/2014/05/05/man-diagnosed-with-first-u-s-case-of-mers-improving/#SOY30WvEXFghm9l7.99

Hospital officials are not saying much about the patient, citing federal regulations.  He lives in Saudi Arabia and works at a hospital there that has treated MERS patients.  He came to Munster for a planned visit with his family.

On Monday April 28 he walked into the emergency room of Community Hospital in Munster, complaining of flu-like symptoms — fever, cough and shortness of breath.  He was quickly put into a private room.
Read more at http://wgntv.com/2014/05/05/man-diagnosed-with-first-u-s-case-of-mers-improving/#SOY30WvEXFghm9l7.99

Hospital officials are not saying much about the patient, citing federal regulations.  He lives in Saudi Arabia and works at a hospital there that has treated MERS patients.  He came to Munster for a planned visit with his family.

On Monday April 28 he walked into the emergency room of Community Hospital in Munster, complaining of flu-like symptoms — fever, cough and shortness of breath.  He was quickly put into a private room.
Read more at http://wgntv.com/2014/05/05/man-diagnosed-with-first-u-s-case-of-mers-improving/#SOY30WvEXFghm9l7.99

Hospital officials are not saying much about the patient, citing federal regulations.  He lives in Saudi Arabia and works at a hospital there that has treated MERS patients.  He came to Munster for a planned visit with his family.

On Monday April 28 he walked into the emergency room of Community Hospital in Munster, complaining of flu-like symptoms — fever, cough and shortness of breath.  He was quickly put into a private room.
Some hospital workers are on home isolation for the two-week incubation period.

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