No travel warnings have been issued
The WHO and CDC have not issued travel health warnings for any country related to the novel coronavirus.
But, in a travel notice, the CDC said it recommends that "U.S. travelers to countries in or near the Arabian Peninsula monitor their health and see a doctor right away if they develop fever and symptoms of lower respiratory illness, such as cough or shortness of breath. They should tell the doctor about their recent travel."
In addition, those who traveled to the Middle East should see their health care provider if they develop a fever and respiratory symptoms such as a cough or shortness of breath within 10 days of returning from the Arabian Peninsula or surrounding nations, according to the CDC.
There are no treatments and no vaccine
So far, those with MERS-CoV have received supportive treatments to relieve their symptoms.