Here’s the latest on what’s trending on the MERS-CoV killer virus via Storify. Check it out!
Recently, I reblogged a popular article from Russian newspaper, Pravda, highlighting MERS-CoV killer virus. This prompted me to use Storify to publish another blog on what was trending. I noted that apart from CNN, with its strong Middle Eastern links plus Pravda, that mainstream media sources were not reporting on the MERS-CoV killer virus. BUT, why?
My earlier blogs prompted some lively discussion on Twitter. I also searched Twitter on the #MERS tag. I was also recommended to check Goggle News for my sources. Here’s a link to the Google News search on the MERS-CoV virus:
I still question why the MERS-CoV killer virus is not receiving more mainstream media attention?
Let me turn this to an open question:
What are the risks of the MERS-CoV killer virus becoming a pandemic?
- Why are mainstream media & WHO not reporting on risks of MERS-CoV killer virus? (dralfoldman.com)
- Qatar: New MERS case is an expatriate (crofsblogs.typepad.com)
- Saudi Arabia: Two more MERS cases (crofsblogs.typepad.com)
- MERS-CoV Claims Four More Lives (voanews.com)
- Dr. Mackay has questions about the Spanish MERS case (crofsblogs.typepad.com)
- MERS virus spreads to Spain (therebel.org)
- Three new cases of MERS detected in S. Arabia (worldbulletin.net)
- WHO reports 150th MERS coronavirus case in Saudi Arabian woman (theglobaldispatch.com)
- Four more MERS Coronavirus cases reported from the Middle East, brings global total to 155 (theglobaldispatch.com)
- MERS coronavirus: Qatari man is the 139th confirmed case globally (theglobaldispatch.com)
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