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Cases have hit 991, and a baby recently became one of the 614 deaths.
The H3N2 recommendation reflects a change from the current Northern Hemisphere vaccine.
The past 5 days have seen 44 Ebola cases, including 12 today, though officials have noted fewer cases in children.
Cases have climbed to 968, including 606 deaths, and the WHO details more violence and infected health workers.
Though incidence is down, treatment success for resistant strains is low.
Alongside the slew of new cases, 12 more people died from their infections, as violence continued against outbreak responders.
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