Watch how an Indiana hospital responded when the MERS virus made its first appearance in the U.S. The ability to match the symptoms with the travel history, isolate the patient and identify workers who were exposed to the virus offers lessons for other U.S. hospitals, according to the team at Community Hospital in Munster, Ind., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention team that traveled to Indiana to investigate. See our cover story: Indiana hospital prepared when deadly MERS virus shows up.
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