People wearing masks buy goods at a duty-free show at the departure lounge of the Incheon International Airport on Sunday, amid deepening concerns over the spread of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). The airport has had fewer arrivals than usual since the MERS outbreak in the country last month. South Korean authorities reported five new cases of MERS Monday morning, which brought the total number of people diagnosed with the disease in the nation to 150. They also confirmed two more deaths from the MERS virus, putting the death toll at 16.
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