Last quote by Bruce Aylward
This can be a devastating disease with rapid spread particularly in urban areas.
May 19 2016
Bruce Aylward has been quoted 10 times. The two most recent articles where Bruce Aylward has been quoted are Yellow Fever in Africa Not Quite an Emergency, WHO Says and WHO Chief Calls Emergency Committee Meeting. Most recently, Bruce Aylward was quoted as having said, “There is no short-term fix for the situation we see with yellow fever.”.
Quotes by Bruce Aylward
May 19 2016
There is no short-term fix for the situation we see with yellow fever.
Jan 28 2016
Alarmed would not be the right language. I think concerned would be the right language to use.
Dec 29 2015
What we have learned is, while we've stopped the original chains of transmission, we are also seeing small flares, one or two, three cases occurring. We've had 10 events like this where the virus is re-introduced from the survivor population.
Oct 15 2015
This study provides further evidence that survivors need continued, substantial support for the next 6 to 12 months to meet these challenges and to ensure their partners are not exposed to potential virus.
Jan 23 2015
The situation we are in today, it's as if three or four months ago, you know, we had two cobras in our bed, and, you leave the lights on and nobody gets to bed, nobody goes to sleep as long as there are cobras there. But now that one of those cobras is dead or gone, well it's like, we are turning the lights off, and we are going back to bed. I am trying to get across the message that you're still in a very, very dangerous situation with this virus.
Oct 15 2014
The numbers we need to get behind are 70-70-60. That number is 70 percent safe burials, 70 percent cases being managed and cared for properly and within 60 days of our start date, which for UNMEER we are taking as the 1st of October.
Oct 14 2014
It's 8,914 cases are the number today. We will go over 9,000 cases this week.The disease continues to expand geographically. There are more districts, counties and prefectures that actually have the disease than there would have been a month ago and it's happening in all three countries.
Sep 02 2014
There's a specific goal and time line. Very clearly, we're all on the same page: the goal is to stop transmission in the affected countries within eight to nine months.
Aug 29 2014
It is a self-defeating strategy to ban travel, that's not the problem.
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