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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.
The outbreak has grown to 759 infections and 468 deaths and shows no sign of slowing.
"This outbreak is occurring in the most difficult context imaginable," WHO head says.
Officials confirm 13 new cases, bringing the outbreak total to 471 cases and 273 deaths.
The DRC recorded 4 new cases and 3 additional deaths today.
Alongside the finding that progress has stalled in hard-hit countries, the WHO and partners launch a new response strategy.
With 2 new cases, infections in healthcare workers in the DRC have now reached 27.
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