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Marburg virus, harbored by fruit bats, has over the years caused 12 known outbreaks in sub-Saharan Africa.
Rapid genetic sequencing was instrumental in identifying transmission chains, one study noted.
The move signals the end of enhanced screening in the United States related to West Africa's Ebola outbreak.
One study notes that US survivors were plagued with multiple, long-lasting symptoms.
The WHO also confirmed that Liberia's recent cluster was sparked by virus that emerged again in a family member who had been infected earlier.
Nearly 18 months after the nation reported its first case, the WHO declared it Ebola-free.
Cases in a Liberian hot spot last summer may have been triple what was reported.
Two studies shed new light on the threat of sexual transmission by survivors.
Researchers also report promising findings in monkeys for a new antiviral, and CDC experts discuss response steps.
Also, an observational study shows common safety gaps regarding personal protective equipment steps.
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