Volume 27, Number 4—April 2021
Low-Level Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus among Camel Handlers, Kenya, 2019
|Case||Age, y/sex||Occupation||No. household members in study||No. of camels owned by household||Enrollment date||Diagnosis date||Type of camel contact at time of positive sample|
|1||20/F||Spouse to herder||11||37||2019 Jun 23||2019 Jul 31||Herding, milking, feeding, petting/playing, grooming, cleaning barn|
|2||49/M||Herder||6||2||2019 May 21||2019 Aug 13||Herding, milking, feeding, grooming, cleaning barn, administering medications|
|3||22/M||Herder||3||32||2018 May 2||2019 Sep 12||Herding, milking, feeding, grooming, cleaning barn, assisting in birth|
1These senior authors contributed equally to this article.
2Current affiliation: Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium.
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