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US officials said other outbreak indicators such as deaths in the community need to improve before they feel more confident about the recent drop in cases.
A mother and child in South Kivu province became infected after contact with a patient from Beni.
Four times as many children died from Ebola in the past 6 months compared with the previous 6 months.
In other developments, the WHO said Beni is still the main hot spot and that the pace of new infections hasn't changed much.
The current wave in Beni involves more cases and is longer than its first wave.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
Also, details emerge about a DRC woman who died from Ebola after visiting Uganda, and cases reach 2,522.
As Ebola cases rise in DRC, the virus continues to infect health workers in private and public health centers.
As the WHO detailed stepped-up efforts to prepare four key countries to prevent and detect cases, tests in Uganda ruled out three suspected cases.
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