An Indian worker wears a mouth and nose mask as he touches a camel at his Saudi employer's farm on May 12, 2014 outside Riyadh. Saudi Arabia has urged its citizens and foreign workers to wear masks and gloves when dealing with camels to avoid spreading th

An Indian worker wears a mouth and nose mask as he touches a camel at his Saudi employer's farm on May 12, 2014 outside Riyadh. Saudi Arabia has urged its citizens and foreign workers to wear masks and gloves when dealing with camels to avoid spreading th
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An Indian worker wears a mouth and nose mask as he touches a camel at his Saudi employer's farm on May 12, in Riyadh. Saudi has urged its citizens & foreign workers to wear masks and gloves when dealing with camels to avoid spreading of (MERS) coronavirus as health experts said the animal was the likely source of the disease. (AFP/NURELDINE)
An Indian worker wears a mouth and nose mask as he touches a camel at his Saudi employer's farm on May 12, in Riyadh. Saudi has urged its citizens & foreign workers to wear masks and gloves when dealing with camels to avoid spreading of (MERS) coronavirus as health experts said the animal was the likely source of the disease. (AFP/NURELDINE)

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