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Also, researchers note vaccine storage limitations, and Australia eases screening.
Two of the new cases were not part of known transmission chains, which is a concern.
The ECDC says more study is needed on the reappearance of viral RNA in a UK nurse.
The threat of more cases still looms in West Africa, with contacts still being traced.
Also, an observational study shows common safety gaps regarding personal protective equipment steps.
Also, a ring vaccination trial extends to Sierra Leone and a report details postexposure treatment for health workers.
Also, phase 2 trials just launched for two prime-boost Ebola vaccine regimens.
The plan seeks to cut cases, limit cases to coastal areas, and boost contact tracing and surveillance.
Ebola cropped up again in two of Guinea's districts that hadn't reported cases in about 50 days.
Liberian officials urged longer sexual abstinence for survivors, and extra response measures are under way in Sierra Leone and Guinea.
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