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How South Korea is Handling a Deadly Virus

  • Carol Pearson

While the number of MERS infections in South Korea is declining, experts say more cases should be expected. The country has put controls in place to prevent people from being exposed to the deadly virus, and the South Korean health ministry has been working with the World Health Organization to contain the outbreak. VOA's Carol Pearson spoke to an infectious disease specialist about the threat the disease poses to South Korea and other nations.