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The move signals the end of enhanced screening in the United States related to West Africa's Ebola outbreak.
The WHO also warned of the risk of flare-ups due to ligering virus in some survivors, a threat it says will decline with time.
Attacks include an incident 4 days ago involving burial workers in Forecariah.
The CDC has set up a special team to assist any hospital that has a confirmed Ebola patient.
The new UN mission headquarters in Accra will have a strong presence in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.
As Cuba offers 165 health workers, cases continued unchecked, notably in Monrovia, Liberia.
Blood products may offer early help, while vaccines may be ready in November.
The latest WHO update shows a 20% increase in cases as the organization convenes a meeting of experts to discuss experimental drugs and vaccines.
The WHO has heightened concerns about the impact the outbreak is having on frontline workers and the prospects of overseas help.
Ebola has struck the northern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, but authorities say it is not the same strain as in West Africa.
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