FIFA World Cup 2022: Fans at risk of 'camel flu' infection in Qatar | Oneindia News *International

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FIFA World Cup 2022: Fans at risk of 'camel flu' infection in Qatar | Oneindia News *International

WHO Experts have warned that the FIFA World Cup may attract several infections like coronavirus, monkeypox, and a deadlier member of the Covid gang called ‘camel flu’ or Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and the fans in Qatar are at the risk of being infected.

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