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"An enhanced UN-wide response is required. . . . We have no time to lose," says David Gressly.
The grandmother of the 5-year-old boy identified in Uganda has also died, and the family cluster is at 8 cases.
Antimicrobials are needed to ensure food security, but they need to be used responsibly, an FAO official says.
Merck's rVSV-ZEBOV is the only vaccine that will be used during the ever-growing outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces.
Also, a high-level meeting was held in Geneva today to assess the latest developments and build donor support.
With 41 new cases in recent days, the outbreak has grown to 2,671 infections, including 1,782 fatalities.
"This outbreak is one with unprecedented challenges." the WHO's Moeti says.
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