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Despite suspected MERS, the Saudi man's body can't be tested due to embalming.
Officials say 53 of the outbreak cases have links to one hospital and 4 involve Filipino health workers.
As the Philippines notes its 2nd case of 2015, Korea has 3 new cases and Saudi Arabia 1.
Saudi Arabia notes 2 new cases and the WHO details 10 previously reported ones.
As a recent surge in cases continues, the WHO announces it is sending help.
At least 4 cases involve exposure in a healthcare setting; the WHO, meanwhile, provides more details about a recent Filipino case.
With the new cases, details emerge that Filipinos are among the recent MERS deaths.
Seven cases were added to the Jeddah outbreak in Saudi Arabia, and 3 in the UAE.
The disease has made a long-feared leap outside the Middle East, killing a man in Malaysia and infecting a nurse in the Philippines.
Officials said today that a 41-year-old Filipino nurse who worked in Saudi Arabia has died of MERS.
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