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30 New Ebola Cases, Lowest Weekly Figure in Nearly a Year

(Scientific American) – Thirty confirmed cases of Ebola were reported in West Africa in the past week, the smallest number in nearly a year of the worst ever outbreak of the deadly fever, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday. “This is the lowest weekly total since the third week of May 2014,” the WHO said in its latest update.

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