Via The Jakarta Post: Second Indonesian found with MERS in Saudi Arabia. Excerpt:
An Indonesian citizen in Saudi Arabia has been diagnosed with Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) Coronavirus.
According to a press release from the Indonesia Consulate General in Jeddah, Jumallang Kaneng Lejja, 84, had arrived in Saudi Arabia to go on umrah (minor haj pilgrimage) on April 15, and was scheduled to return to Indonesia on April 25, as reported by tribunnews.com.
Jumallang, from Makassar, South Sulawesi, was admitted into the King Fahd Specialist Hospital on April 28 complaining of chest pains.
On April 29, the Health Ministry reported that another Indonesian — NA, 61 — had died of MERS after being treated for seven days at King Saud Hospital in Jeddah, Saud Arabia.
"The patient [Jumallang] tested positive for the MERS virus and is currently undergoing treatment in an isolation room at the King Fahd hospital in Jeddah," Syarif Shahabudin of the Indonesia Consulate said.
MERS symptoms are similar to flu, such as fever and respiratory problems.
Syarif said that the doctors caring for Jumallang said that his condition was showing good progress.
You can find this case in the May 7 update from the KSA MOH; he's the only Mecca case that day. I don't know why it took a week or more to report it. Without the details from Indonesia, we would have no idea that this was a foreign pilgrim.