Liberian Ebola Case Numbers Show Slight Decline, But WHO Warns Country Must Be Vigilant; Chinese Medics Arrive To Boost Response

News outlets report on continued efforts to contain Ebola in Liberia.

Agence France-Presse: Liberians rejoice but Ebola still a threat, says WHO (Dosso, 11/14).
Reuters: Liberia sets national target of no new Ebola cases by December 25 (Toweh, 11/16).
U.N. News Centre: Amid signs of new Ebola cases, U.N. health official tells Liberians ‘you must hunt the virus’ (11/14).
Washington Post: Ebola cases plummet in Liberian hot spot as aid groups gain community trust (Sun, 11/14).
Agence France-Presse: Chinese medics in Liberia to beef up Ebola fight (Dosso, 11/17).
Reuters: Chinese team arrives in Liberia to staff Ebola clinic (11/16).

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