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A boy confirmed infected yesterday in Uganda has died, and 2 relatives have Ebola.
"We get to adapt… and make the response the best we can make it," the WHO's Mike Ryan, MD, says.
In global developments, European officials warn of a growing gap in vaccine coverage, and the WHO certifies measles and rubella elimination in Bahrain, Oman, and Iran.
The study supports WHO guidance for conserving vaccine during shortages.
So far 68% of deaths have occurred outside of Ebola treatment centers, a worrisome statistic.
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