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A previously unaffected health zone in North Kivu province reported its first case today, South Korea announced a cash donation for the response, and a group warned of a security clash-related rise in displaced people.
Response activities have been curbed owing to violence for 4 straight days, as deaths hit 1,069.
"WHO and partners cannot tackle these challenges without the international community stepping in" to provide funds.
Barriers in many countries limit treatment options and prevent people from getting the antibiotics they need.
A benefit was found, however, when pelvic infection was defined by strict criteria.
The developments lift the outbreak total to 823 cases, including 517 deaths.
As Ebola cases rise in DRC, the virus continues to infect health workers in private and public health centers.
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