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South Korea bent on stopping any further spread of Mers

It also confirms five more cases of infection on Wednesday

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Though the WHO has not recommended trade or travel restrictions, South Korean border control authorities have put a ban on overseas travel for people isolated for possible infection.

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SOUTH Korean President Park Geun-hye said on Wednesday that everything must be done to stop Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) as fears of the disease caused hundreds of schools to shut and led to corporate giant Samsung calling off a staff conference.

Five more cases

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