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The DRC recorded 4 new cases and 3 additional deaths today.
Alongside the finding that progress has stalled in hard-hit countries, the WHO and partners launch a new response strategy.
With 2 new cases, infections in healthcare workers in the DRC have now reached 27.
Two of the latest confirmed cases involve a mother and her 2-week-old baby.
In other developments, Uganda will start vaccinating health workers in high-risk areas, and 2 global experts press for more high-level involvement, including US committment.
"This does not mean that WHO is not taking the outbreak seriously."
In new developments, an attack in Butembo injured burial team members, and a rights group called for the International Criminal Court to expand its probe into Beni attacks as outbreak cases reach 165.
Cases have now reached 149, including 100 fatalities.
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