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WHO Data Says Ebola Toll Nears 7,000

by Kathy Jones on November 30, 2014 at 9:27 PM

 WHO Data Says Ebola Toll Nears 7,000
The latest numbers from the World Health Organization indicate that nearly 7,000 people have now died from Ebola in west Africa.

Data published by the UN's health body late Friday showed that 16,169 people had been infected with Ebola and that 6,928 of them had died in the three countries at the centre of the outbreak -- Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.
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The new toll likely includes previously unreported cases.

Source: AFP
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