Manchester patients test negative for Mers virusA&E unit at Manchester Royal infirmary was closed for more than two hours on Monday over fears two patients could be infected with respiratory disease
Tests on two patients suspected of having the Middle East respiratory virus syndrome (Mers) have proved negative, Public Health England has said.
The A&E department at Manchester Royal infirmary was closed for more than two hours on Monday due to fears of a possible outbreak of the disease, which has killed at least 449 people globally since it was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Continue reading... The Guardian