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A previously unaffected health zone reports its first case, Korea adds a cash donation, and a group warns of a security clash-related rise in displaced people.
Fifty-six new cases bring the outbreak total to 1,705, including more than 100 infected health workers.
Officials warned of yet another surge in cases and report 23 new infections and 22 probable ones.
Response activities have been curbed owing to violence for 4 straight days, as deaths hit 1,069.
Changes that broaden the reach of the vaccines reflect persistent insecurity problems, feedback from experts, and input from Ebola-hit communities.
With 43 new cases and 37 new deaths, the outbreak has reached 1,572 cases and 1,045 deaths.
This year has seen 119 violent attacks, with 85 health workers injured or killed.
The outbreak has reached 1,495 cases and 984 deaths, including 406 cases and 308 deaths in April.
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