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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.
With 41 new cases in recent days, the outbreak has grown to 2,671 infections, including 1,782 fatalities.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
With 16 new infections, the outbreak total has grown to 2,354 cases, including 1,586 deaths, with 402 suspected cases.
As Ebola cases rise in DRC, the virus continues to infect health workers in private and public health centers.
Today's developments push the outbreak total to 752 cases and 465 deaths.
With 13 new illnesses in 3 days and 8 older ones just confirmed, the outbreak has now reached 498 cases.
As the WHO detailed stepped-up efforts to prepare four key countries to prevent and detect cases, tests in Uganda ruled out three suspected cases.
So far, there are 43 confirmed and probable cases, and health officials are probing 46 additional supected illnesses.
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