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Korea now has 175 cases, and US experts publish recommendations for US readiness.
Also, the WHO said an Omani man hospitalized with MERS in Thailand had symptoms before he left Oman.
Korea reports a new case and new death, and 85 are being monitored in Thailand.
The Thai case involves an elderly traveler to Oman, and Korea's total reaches 165.
At its 9th meeting, the emergency committee says MERS does not constitute an emergency situation.
Three of the new cases are linked to a Seoul hospital that has ties to almost half the nation's total.
Most schools shuttered in the wake of the outbreak reopen, as the country reports 12 more cases to reach 150.
The team makes several infection control recommendations as Korea reports 12 new cases.
Four new infections push the outbreak total to 126 cases as the WHO plans an emergency meeting.
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