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botha is back in liberia less than two months after the country was declared free of the disease health officials confirming three new cases in monkey be county about fifty kilometers from the capital , one victim a seventeen year old boy died on saturday the other two are being treated , which is corresponds an abba father and tackle says how they contracted the disease is a mystery people in liberia really confused about this case because it occurred in an area of the country which is about a hundred kilometers away from the closest border of course there is still active transmission in guinea and in sierra leone but it doesn't appear to be a cross border case , other explanations are concerning villagers in ned's when where abraham came from , say that all the people who fell ill including abraham had eaten a dead dog something which is not uncommon in liberia so they're starting to ask the question could there be a reservoir a verbal that in domestic animals other explanations are possibly sexual transmission since we know the elbow that can live on in semen for longer than it can live on in other bodily fluids like blood or vomit , finally and this is probably the most worrying for the country some scientists are starting to ask was it ever really eliminated in liberia or was it living on in remote communities this whole time undetected , the world health organization says it's identified a hundred c. people who came into contact with the new victims it's confident the outbreak can be confined to the local area bots they'll be real alarm if it seems the deadly virus is spreading again especially if there's a new means of transmission fewer than thirty new cases now being diagnosed each week down from hundreds a week at the height of the outbreak box with a disease as deadly as a pilot zero is the only number of new cases that anyone will find reassuring