A virus that causes stomach flu symptoms has been found in a study published in the latest issue of the journal of Infectious Diseases.
The virus, named MERS-CoV-2, has been reported to have affected humans and animals, but there are no reports of humans contracting it in the UK.MERS-coV-1, which originated in northern Saudi Arabia, was first reported to affect the UK on April 1, with a new coronavirus case reported on June 13.
The new strain of MERS is also circulating in the US and Europe, but no deaths have been reported.
In the latest study, researchers looked at data from the National Hospital Epidemiology Study (NHES), a large study of coronaviruses in the United Kingdom.
The study examined a total of 1,865 cases of Mers-Cov-2 and 5,939 controls, as well as 4,974 MERS cases and 6,068 controls.
The results show that the majority of MER-Covers in the population were aged over 45 years.
In terms of the age group of those who tested positive, the researchers found that most cases were in people aged 45 to 54 years.
There were also two cases of the virus in children aged under 14 years.
In contrast, there were only six cases of cases in adults aged 65 years and over, with the remaining cases occurring in people older than 70.
The study also found that the MERS strain is associated with a range of different health conditions, including:MERS infections can occur when coronaviral particles form in the stomach.
The virus is spread through close contact with the infected person or animal.
It can be life-threatening, and people with weakened immune systems may be more likely to develop the virus.
It can cause fever, chills, muscle aches, headaches, and joint pain, and the most common symptoms include abdominal pain, fatigue, diarrhea, cough, vomiting, and rash.
People can get sick from one case of MES, or from two or more cases of coronocurium-19.
MERS is highly contagious, with as many as 5,000 people known to have died from coronavirodavirus in the country.
While it is not known exactly how the virus causes illness, coronavids can be passed on through the air and food, or through bodily fluids such as blood and saliva.
The first case of coronovirus in Britain was in January 2018, when the country reported that two people tested positive for the virus and later died.
Although coronavid cases are decreasing across the UK, it is still a serious health threat and more than 10,000 cases are reported in the capital every day.