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WHO officials see some traction with community engagement and calmed tensions, but tough challenges finding and chasing all transmission chains.
Health officials are on high alert for potential spread to Goma, North Kivu province's capital and largest city.
The outbreak has now reached 352 cases, of which 305 are confirmed, and 210 deaths.
WHO and UN officials say the rate of cases has declined a bit recently.
The outbreak total has reached 305, with 189 deaths and 60 suspected cases.
Two of the latest confirmed cases involve a mother and her 2-week-old baby.
In other developments, Uganda will start vaccinating health workers in high-risk areas, and 2 global experts press for more high-level involvement, including US committment.
The Security Council passed a resolution to "ensure full, safe, immediate, and unhindered access" in outbreak areas.
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