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Women and girls account for 58% of patients.
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.
Cases have grown to 3,084, including 2,070 deaths.
Officials are bracing for more cases and spread to new areas after a community protest led to the suspension of Ebola response activities.
In other developments, the WHO said Beni is still the main hot spot and that the pace of new infections hasn't changed much.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
Though global risk remains low, 7 countries have begun screening at airports and ports of entry.
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