There are currently just 23 confirmed cases of Ebola in West Africa, according to the latest numbers on the outbreak.
The World Health Organization confirmed to TIME that there are 10 cases in treatment centers in Guinea as of June 18, and 13 confirmed cases in Sierra Leone as of June 17. Case numbers are low, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t be more cases if infections continue to spread.
The outbreak has so far infected 27,352 people and killed 11,178. The hardest hit countries were Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. There is still currently no drug or vaccine for the fatal disease, though the infections have significantly declined.
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