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Dutch researchers say they've found five mutations that make H5N1 airborne transmissible in ferrets.
In addition to the Dutch MERS case, Saudi Arabia reports 16 new infections.
Reports involve a 2nd Dutch case, 3 Saudi ones, and 7 retrospectively confirmed cases in Jordan.
Also today, scientists filled in more details about the first two Dutch MERS cases.
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