The Washington Post  |  July 10, 2019

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A year ago this week, the first patient was diagnosed with Ebola in the northeastern region of Congo, launching a new outbreak of the disease. Today — notwithstanding the first-ever large-scale deployment of an Ebola vaccine, improved performance by the World Health Organization and valiant efforts by Congolese health workers and global nongovernmental organizations — that single case has grown into the second-worst Ebola outbreak in history.

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