In the last hour or so up popped an alert on my phone from the Guardian, reporting that Manchester Royal Infirmary has closed its A and E department while it investigates two possible cases of this syndrome.
A search of Google for news shows that many other news sources are reporting the same story.
According to the Guardian, reporting Public Health England, there have been no new cases of MERS-CoV in the UK since February 2013. This is PHE's guidance, first produced in 2012, but still being updated.
NCBI have a MERS-CoV Resource Page, giving links to their MERS coronavirus database and other NCBI resources, including publications. There are also links to WHO, CDC and other external resources, and also to HealthMap, which presents a map of cases, and includes the two in Manchester reported today. You can click a country and see where in that country cases have been reported.
Here are some resources about MERS-CoV. As well as the list, also try NICE Evidence Search - more comes up if you look for MERS-CoV than if you look for the full name.
Other UK guidance
Having said that, guidance from Health Protection Scotland comes up if you use the full name, guidance produced in 2013, to raise awareness of the possibility of MERS-CoV in people returning from the Hajj.
Public Health Wales
- a summary of symptoms, with links to other information, some advice
for travellers, and (if you are in Wales and have a login) information
Guidance from elsewhere in the world
ProMed-Mail - at the moment (1830 BST, 27/7/15) there is nothing there about these possible UK cases, but ProMed-Mail is a good place to get up to date information about cases across the world.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - information about MERS and for clinicians and travellers, from this US Federal agency.
World Health Organization - a wealth of information, including an infographic of signs and symptoms, news, multimedia, current outbreak information, and links to information from WHO regions. There is currently an outbreak in China and the Republic of Korea, and there are up to date figures on the WHO site.
European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.