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The spread to more countries comes as Brazil reported 340 more possibly related microcephaly cases.
The infant—born to a mother who died from Ebola—received intensive treatment in an MSF facility, where she was given experimental antivirals.
Although no new cases are reported, tests show Ebola antibodies in 2 relatives.
A health ministry official also said two of the boy's family members are being treated for Ebola, and 177 contacts are under monitoring.
African detections signal ongoing H5N1 activity in the region, while Vietnam and Hong Kong both reported H5N6 detections.
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