File - More than 200 people have died of Ebola since an outbreak in Guinea.
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Victoria Yillah was discharged from hospital in the eastern city of Kenema Sunday after hovering for weeks between life and death battling the tropical disease, which has killed more than 200 people since an outbreak in neighboring Guinea.Sierra Leone raised its death toll from Ebola Thursday to 17, announcing five new deaths over the previous 48 hours.The World Health Organization said last week it had so far registered 328 confirmed or suspected cases of Ebola in Guinea, including 208 deaths, with 21 deaths registered between May 29 and June 1 alone.The virus appears to have resurfaced in neighboring Liberia, which earlier this year had seen 12 suspected and confirmed cases of Ebola, including nine deaths, but had not seen any new cases for nearly two months.
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