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A healthcare worker is under observation as the DRC reports 5 new Ebola cases.
The DRC health ministry says protest-related disruptions carried over to a second day.
Eleven suspected patients who fled during vandalism voluntarily returned.
Also, the country's election commission has delayed the vote in some Ebola-hit areas.
Ebola transmission continues to occur over 14 health zones, and 336 people have died in the outbreak.
Marburg virus, harbored by fruit bats, has over the years caused 12 known outbreaks in sub-Saharan Africa.
The outbreak has grown to 549 cases and 326 deaths, with 82 suspected cases.
Officials confirmed 18 new Ebola cases, including 9 deaths, in recent days.
The outbreak has now reached 521 cases and 306 deaths as responders grapple with multiple challenges.
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