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The WHO has heightened concerns about the impact the outbreak is having on frontline workers and the prospects of overseas help.
Ebola cases are increasing exponentially in Liberia, where taxis might transmit disease.
Canada, Britain announce enhanced screening, as officials in Spain probe how a health worker was infected.
Cases continued to drop, with WHO advisors saying complacency is the biggest obstacle to getting to zero.
Another American health worker has been infected with Ebola in West Africa's outbreak region.
Other Ebola developments include the departure of Cuba's team from Liberia, new information on evacuee contact monitoring, and outbreak case totals.
Though patterns look promising in Sierra Leone and Liberia, cases spiked in Guinea.
Liberian officials urged longer sexual abstinence for survivors, and extra response measures are under way in Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Ebola cropped up again in two of Guinea's districts that hadn't reported cases in about 50 days.
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