(Time) A teenage boy died from the virus and may have infected others
Liberia has reported its second case of Ebola on Tuesday after nearly two months of being Ebola-free.
Liberia had been declared officially Ebola-free on May 9 after it had gone 42 days with no new cases.
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On Sunday, the body of a teenage boy was discovered in a rural area outside of the capital Monrovia and was confirmed to have the virus, Reuters reports. The news was not made public until Tuesday. People who came into contact with the boy have been isolated, and at least one of those patients has tested positive.