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The 2 new cases are in Riyadh, and the WHO confirms 14 recent infections from the region.
The WHO offers new info on 402 Saudi MERS cases reported in the past 2 months.
The WHO confirms the first two MERS cases in Iran, and Kuwait finds the virus in five camels.
The 2 workers are being monitored, as Saudi Arabia reports 4 new MERS cases.
In other dromedary news, research on camels' possible role is under way in Qatar.
German researchers say scores of people who had contact with a MERS patient escaped infection.
Researchers say that MERS-CoV, or a closely related virus, existed in camels in the UAE in 2003.
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