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The second phase of La Mer, The Wharf, incorporates rusty steelworks and an industrial aesthetic, with a waterpark featuring a surf park that is a first-of-its kind in the region; a cinema, additional shops, cafes and restaurants.
Minister for EU Affairs mer elik, when reminded of the statement by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel regarding the customs union, indicated that this was a matter that was desired by both sides.
Mer said its solutions enable a range of services to be offered as a single converged solution, helping to make the billing and customer care processes more simple for service providers and carriers.
Absent from most of the discourse is an unbiased portrait of MERS, with a history of how and why it emerged, the value it confers to the mortgage lending supply chain and the real problems it faces today with respect to a recent regulatory consent order.
The injections, made from MERS virus DNA and protein, triggered the production of virus-attacking antibodies, and may inform the design of human MERS vaccines, the researchers report July 28 in Nature Communications.
He was transferred immediately to the RITM when tests yielded positive for MERS.
Plasma therapy has not been widely tried for MERS patients, with little clinical study results reported, Eom Joong-sik, professor of infectious diseases at Hallym University's medical college.
As no treatment is available for the disease, approximately 36 per cent of the reported patients with MERS have died.
At its peak in April-May 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) was considering declaring MERS a public health emergency.
London: Saudi Arabia has not done enough to investigate and control a deadly new MERS virus that has killed hundreds of people there and remains in many ways a mystery, United Nations health experts said on Monday.