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Outbreak totals climb to 3,224 infections, including 2,150 fatal ones.
The Johnson & Johnson Ebola vaccine will be rolled out in November, officials say.
The WHO continues to say that progress in curtailing the outbreak must be balanced with caution.
The virus can have long-lasting consequences for those exposed in utero and will likely strike again, experts say.
Only 27 health zones are now reporting cases, down from 207 during the peak of the outbreak.
Also, tomorrow the WHO's Ebola emergency committee will meet to discuss the latest outbreak developments.
Also, global health officials note that 1,000 people in the DRC have now recovered from the disease.
Earlier gaps included multiple Ebola definitions and shortages of personal protective equipment.
Women and girls account for 58% of patients.
Survey reveals that 12% think Ebola is fabricated and 72% do not completely trust responders.
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