The World Health Organization reported that there are only 23 confirmed cases of Ebola remaining in West Africa, with 10 in Guinea and the other 13 in Sierra Leone.

There are now only 23 confirmed cases of Ebola in West Africa, according to the World Health Organization. Ten patients were in treatment centers in Guinea as of June 18, while 13 more confirmed cases existed in Sierra Leone as of June 17, the WHO confirmed to TIME. The low number of cases is highly encouraging, as more than 27,275 people have been infected since the outbreak of the deadly disease and at least 11,178 have died since the first case was reported on March 23, 2014.

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