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Cases were at the lowest point since the outbreak was first reported in March 2014.
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.
The ECDC says more study is needed on the reappearance of viral RNA in a UK nurse.
Two of the new cases were not part of known transmission chains, which is a concern.
For the 2nd week in a row, Guinea reported 3 new Ebola patients, all from the same family and one pregnant.
The group of 28 experts continues to offer Ebola vaccine guidance and says its concept could be used in other outbreaks.
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