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Seoul vows 'all-out' effort to curb spread of Mers

Health authorities warn of more new cases; World Health Organization to send team to S Korea for joint mission to collect information on outbreak

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The number of infections in South Korea rose to 64 after 14 new cases, including one death, of Mers were confirmed late on Saturday night. It is the largest outbreak outside Saudi Arabia.

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SOUTH Korea has reported its fifth death from Mers as the government on Sunday vowed "all-out" measures to curb the outbreak that was threatening to spread nationwide, including tracking mobile phones of those in quarantine.

The number of infections rose to 64 after 14 new

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