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US officials said other outbreak indicators such as deaths in the community need to improve before they feel more confident about the recent drop in cases.
Response efforts face challenges like continued insecurity, unrest, community resistance, and funding shortages.
A girl diagnosed in Uganda may have acquired her infection in a healthcare facility, the WHO says.
Cases have now reached 3,017, and a new hot spot in Ituri province has developed.
The girl's Ebola symptoms were flagged at an entry point in the same district of Uganda where imported cases were detected in June.
Daily updates from the health ministry resume and detail contact tracing in Goma, where local spread recently began.
"This outbreak is one with unprecedented challenges." the WHO's Moeti says.
The current wave in Beni involves more cases and is longer than its first wave.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
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