These two charts show the number of cases (including deaths) and the number of deaths by month, split between the 2-years we've known the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) to have existed.
The charts are only as good as the public data they are based on but they give a good idea of what's been happening and what is happening. Cases are not declining [a slow moving epidemic ;) ]
Numbers are ridiculously small in 2012 (overall really) to conclude anything much but it does look like more deaths happen toward April while more cases occurs around September. I Doubt that would be statistically significant though - just something to watch over time.