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The rate of kindergartners not up to date on their vaccines dropped from 9.8% before the laws to 4.9% afterward.
USAID announces it wlll give the DRC $98 million to help fight the outbreak, which is now at 2,369 cases.
With 16 new infections, the outbreak total has grown to 2,354 cases, including 1,586 deaths, with 402 suspected cases.
Vaccine effectiveness was 44% for the H1N1 strain but essentially zero for H3N2.
The median number of days for hospitals to start using any of 6 new antimicrobials was 398.
High activity has returned to the towns and villages where the outbreak began 11 months ago.
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