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Guinea's last patient is likely the outbreak's youngest survivor, born to a mother who died from her infection.
Also, researchers note vaccine storage limitations, and Australia eases screening.
Although officials are still tracing high-risk contacts, they reported no new cases.
Nearly 18 months after the nation reported its first case, the WHO declared it Ebola-free.
The child's case is the 4th—including a death—from the same family in Forecariah district.
Cases in a Liberian hot spot last summer may have been triple what was reported.
The group of 28 experts continues to offer Ebola vaccine guidance and says its concept could be used in other outbreaks.
For the 2nd week in a row, Guinea reported 3 new Ebola patients, all from the same family and one pregnant.
Two of the new cases were not part of known transmission chains, which is a concern.
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