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With 10 new cases yesterday and 14 today, the outbreak has grown to 2,546 cases, and deaths have topped 1,700.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
Also, details emerge about a DRC woman who died from Ebola after visiting Uganda, and cases reach 2,522.
The first case in Goma, North Kivu province's heavily populated capital, triggered reconsideration by the WHO's emergency committee.
Also, a high-level meeting was held in Geneva today to assess the latest developments and build donor support.
Merck's rVSV-ZEBOV is the only vaccine that will be used during the ever-growing outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces.
The new cases raise the number of infected healthcare workers to 132, 68% of whom are nurses.
CDC reverse-engineers the virus for important trials of interventions.
With 29 new cases over the weekend and today, outbreak totals climb to 2,418, and Ebola deaths have now reached 1,625.
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