A 65-year-old man died following complications after he was treated for the Mers-CoV virus in the German town of Ostercappeln on June 6, the hospital informed press on Tuesday. The delay in the announcement came after the hospital made an agreement with the man's family. The virus was apparently contracted when the man made contact with an infected camel whilst he was in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Hundreds of people who were thought to have made contact with the infected man were tested, all of whom tested negative for the virus. The death is the third Mers death in Germany in two years, 450 people have died globally. Mers is of the same family of diseases as Sars and was first detected in Saudi Arabia in 2012.
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