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Alongside the finding that progress has stalled in hard-hit countries, the WHO and partners launch a new response strategy.
Several factors heighten the risk of spread, including flooding, people and animal movement, and connections to other countries.
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.
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