The health ministry website also reveals that 520 cases have been recorded in the country
Saudi camel-kissers are defying warnings to steer clear of the animals amid the deadly MERS crisis
The ministry has already started implementing a new plan to examine all camels to track down the coronavirus
Experts say camels are the most likely animal source of infection and that MERS does not transmit easily between people
The CDC says it is investigating along with health officials in Indiana.
The neutralising antibodies could prevent a key part of the virus from attaching to receptors that allow it to infect humans
Saudi Health Minister advised against consuming camel products, noting that experts concluded the mammal could act as an incubator for the virus
A recent study found that “camels in areas where the disease has emerged have antibodies to protect themselves from the virus"
Hundreds of wrestling camels competed in the annual event watched by thousands of enthusiasts in western Turkey
During the 40-day contest millions of riyals are spent on buying camels
Human cases of MERS have so far been reported in several countries including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, United Arab Emirates and Oman
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