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Cases continued to drop, with WHO advisors saying complacency is the biggest obstacle to getting to zero.
New cases continue, especially in western Sierra Leone.
UN officials meet with local leaders in Liberian hot spot.
The Ebola situations in the three hardest-hit countries continue to reflect a mixed picture.
The trial of a Johnson & Johnson vaccine brings the number of Ebola vaccines in such trials to three.
As deaths top 8,000, UNMEER leadership changes hands, and Guinea launches a new effort.
Sierra Leone's western area is seeing intense Ebola activity, and in Guinea a surge of cases in one area propelled the country into its highest weekly case incidence so far.
The authors say the findings have proved useful in creating a more potent version.
The CDC director said Ebola outbreak conditions have improved since his first visit, but tough challenges remain.
In the first stop of a 3-day tour, the UN director warned against easing up on response efforts.
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