ECDC has published Epidemiological update: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV). Click through for the full report including several charts and maps. Excerpt:
As of 6 May 2014, 495 cases of MERS-CoV have been reported globally, including 141 deaths. All cases have either occurred in the Middle East or have direct links to a primary case infected in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia: 411 cases / 115 deaths
United Arab Emirates: 49 cases / 9 deaths
Qatar: 7 cases / 4 deaths
Jordan: 6 cases / 3 deaths
Oman: 2 cases / 2 deaths
Kuwait: 3 cases / 1 death
Egypt: 1 case/ 0 deaths
UK: 4 cases / 3 deaths
Germany: 2 cases / 1 death
France: 2 cases / 1 death
Italy: 1 case / 0 deaths
Greece: 1 case/ 0 deaths
Tunisia: 3 cases / 1 death
Malaysia: 1 case / 1 death
Philippines: 1 case / 0 deaths
United States of America: 1 case/ 0 deaths
The primary case for each chain was infected in the Middle East, and local secondary transmission following importation was reported from the United Kingdom, France, and Tunisia.
The number of reported cases increased markedly in April 2014 (Figure 1) with 261 cases. Between March 2013 and March 2014 the monthly average number of reported cases was 15.