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Cases have climbed to 968, including 606 deaths, and the WHO details more violence and infected health workers.
Alongside the slew of new cases, 12 more people died from their infections, as violence continued against outbreak responders.
The outbreak has reached 936 cases and 591 deaths.
Tedros said there are signs the virus is retreating, but added that security is still the main challenge for health workers.
The DRC and Republic of Congo had seroprevalance rates of 2% to 3.5%.
Officials report 2 new cases, as well as 3 incidents of violent encounters slowing vaccination efforts in Katwa, Butembo, and Kalunguta.
Officials report 5 new infections, expanding the outbreak to 923 cases.
Patients must be treated as patients, not as biothreats, MSF head says.
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