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The emergency stockpile is part of efforts to streamline response to the next outbreak.
In recent days officials have confirmed 10 Ebola deaths in the community, which elevate the risk of disease spread.
All WHO staff have been removed from Biakato Mines and relocated.
Mortality was lower for 2 therapies—mAb114 and REGN-EB3—that earlier showed promise.
With 1 new case confirmed today, the Ebola outbreak has grown to 3,304 infections, including 2,198 fatal ones.
In other developments, a small but steady stream of cases continue in the outbreak areas.
"At this stage of the outbreak, one case matters."
An attack on civilians leaves 8 dead, and WHO leaders voice their concern.
Checkpoint workers caught up with a convoy near Beni, family members who were transporting the body of a man who died from Ebola.
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