By Helen Branswell
Updated: May 5, 2013 | 8:12 pm
The new cases bring the cluster to 13 infections, with seven deaths.
Globally there have been 30 infections with the new virus, 18 of them
The first known case in the Saudi health-care cluster got sick on
April 14. The most recent person to become ill started to have symptoms
on May 1.
The incubation period of the disease — the time it takes for an
exposed person to develop symptoms — is not completely clear. But there
is certainly enough time between these cases for several generations of
spread to have taken place.
“This is far too wide to be an incubation period,” Osterholm said. “This (event) is much more complicated than that.”
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