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The WHO reports that cases dropped from 46 confirmed illnesses 2 weeks ago to 28 last week—and 43 health workers are now infected.
In 17 nations, most notably China and India, broader-spectrum drugs are more widely used.
With 9 new infections, the country now has 453 cases and 268 deaths, and 71 people are under investigation.
New cases are in 8 locations, and a WHO official expressed concern over vaccine supplies.
The CDC has now confirmed 134 cases this year, compared with 149 in 2016.
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