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A 44-year-old business traveler who is related to two recent South Korean patients is in isolation and observation in China after traveling through Hong Kong International Airport.
WHO sees some promising signs amidst the continuing jagged pattern of cases.
Four new outbreaks in chickens and turkeys join the 181 already counted by the USDA since last December.
South Korea has 2 more MERS cases—5 total—and Saudi Arabia reports 4 new infections.
The man was hospitalized after returning from West Africa and died last night from a Lassa virus infection.
The 3,000+ delegates from 194 WHO member states clear the way for changes prompted by gaps in the Ebola crisis response.
Minnesota has 6 new outbreaks, Iowa 3, and Nebraska 1, its third in the same area.
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