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A Jeddah outbreak increased by 5 cases, while the WHO reports 10 recent cases in UAE health workers and Saudi Arabia seeks to reassure.
Dutch researchers say they've found five mutations that make H5N1 airborne transmissible in ferrets.
Saudi Arabia announces nine new MERS cases as Yemen reports its first.
A CIDRAP-compiled list of links to the latest updates, graphs, maps, public health agency guidelines, and Twitter feeds.
CIDRAP's resource list includes up-to-date MCEIRS epi curve, other graphs, and a case map, as well as links to latest updates, agency guidelines, and Twitter feeds.
Guinea reports 10 more cases, bringing its total to 168, and Liberia reports 1 new case, for 26 total there.
All told, officials report 10 new MERS cases, 3 fatal.
The patients are all from Jeddah; the WHO, meanwhile, confirmed 5 other cases.
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