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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.
As human H7N9 cases slow, the FAO says the risk of human-to-bird transmission is low.
A genetic analysis hints that reassortants could be one factor fueling recent cases.
The Malaysia case is the first one outside China, and 8 other H7N9 cases were confirmed.
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