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The outbreak has grown to 759 infections and 468 deaths and shows no sign of slowing.
Partial oral antibiotic therapy may be appropriate for certain patients who have orthopedic infections and endocarditis.
Today's developments push the outbreak total to 752 cases and 465 deaths.
The genes, including NDM-1, were found in an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean.
Four of the 7 new cases were reported in Katwa, the latest outbreak hot spot.
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