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Situation "continues to be serious and requires sustained control measures," though.
The $72 million plan focuses on vaccination, as well as on early detection and case management.
The disease persists in Angola, local cases were reported in a new part of the DRC's Kinshasa province, and investigators are looking at cases in other nations.
Yellow fever stubbornly persists and is spreading, despite a major influx of vaccine.
Angola has almost 3,000 cases, while 3 new nations probe possible infections.
DRC and Uganda are set to mobilize almost 3 million vaccine doses.
Angola, the hardest-hit country, has 2,267 suspected cases and 292 deaths.
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