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Also, global health officials note that 1,000 people in the DRC have now recovered from the disease.
"This outbreak is one with unprecedented challenges." the WHO's Moeti says.
The grandmother of the 5-year-old boy identified in Uganda has also died, and the family cluster is at 8 cases.
Two of the latest confirmed cases involve a mother and her 2-week-old baby.
In other developments, Uganda will start vaccinating health workers in high-risk areas, and 2 global experts press for more high-level involvement, including US committment.
In new developments, an attack in Butembo injured burial team members, and a rights group called for the International Criminal Court to expand its probe into Beni attacks as outbreak cases reach 165.
The CDC has fielded Ebola questions about 650 people, with 61 (9%) tested for the disease.
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