MERS has already jumped species several times, data show

09/19/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Genetic analysis of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus that has infected at least 132 people and killed 58 shows lineages of the virus have moved between animals and people several times. A number of possible animal reservoirs are being investigated, and officials say it's possible the virus could develop the ability to more readily pass between humans.

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