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Although officials are still tracing high-risk contacts, they reported no new cases.
Nearly 18 months after the nation reported its first case, the WHO declared it Ebola-free.
The child's case is the 4th—including a death—from the same family in Forecariah district.
Cases in a Liberian hot spot last summer may have been triple what was reported.
For the 2nd week in a row, Guinea reported 3 new Ebola patients, all from the same family and one pregnant.
Two of the new cases were not part of known transmission chains, which is a concern.
The ECDC says more study is needed on the reappearance of viral RNA in a UK nurse.
The threat of more cases still looms in West Africa, with contacts still being traced.
Researchers also report promising findings in monkeys for a new antiviral, and CDC experts discuss response steps.
Cases were at the lowest point since the outbreak was first reported in March 2014.
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