CDC’s early response to a novel viral disease, middle east respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), September 2012–May 2014

Holly Ann Williams*, Richard L. Dunville, Susan I. Gerber, Dean D. Erdman, Nicki Pesik, David Kuhar, Karen A. Mason, Lia Haynes, Lisa Rotz, Jeanette St Pierre, Sarah Poser, Sudhir Bunga, Mark A. Pallansch, David L. Swerdlow, Catherine Chow, Nicole Cohen, Aaron Curns, Cristina da Silva Carias, Chris De La Hurst Mott, Lisa DelaneyEileen Farnon, Lyn Finelli, Ashley Fowlkes, Paul Gastanaduy, Thomas Gomez, Alice Guh, Yoni Haber, Jeff Hageman, Aron Hall, Kelly Holton, Kashef Ijaz, Dan Jernigan, John Jernigan, Alexander Kallen, Gayle Langley, Emmaculate Lebo, Eyal Leshem, Deborah Levy, Susan Lippold, Dave McAdams, C. J. McKnight, Martin Meltzer, Jessica Moore, Justin Ohagen, Manisha Patel, Daniel C. Payne, Huong Pham, Brian Rha, Kevin Ryan, Jeanette St Pierre, Scott Santibanez, Chris Schembri, Eileen Schneider, Anne Schuchat, Myron Schultz, Beth Schweitzer, Jane Seward, Kristine Sheedy, Lee Smith, Jeremy Sobol, Mark Sotir, James Spahr, Todd Talbert, Chris Van Beneden, Christopher Zimmerman

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