Last quote by Keiji Fukuda
We believe it's probably everywhere.
Sep 20 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Keiji Fukuda is associated, including outbreak and evidence. Most recently, Keiji Fukuda has been quoted saying: “At present the mission has found no evidence to indicate there is an ongoing transmission in the (wider) community.” in the article More cases of MERS likely in South Korea says WHO.
Quotes by Keiji Fukuda
Jun 13 2015
At present the mission has found no evidence to indicate there is an ongoing transmission in the (wider) community.
Jun 13 2015
Because the outbreak has been large and complex more cases should be anticipated.
Apr 09 2014
This is one of the most challenging ebola outbreaks that we have ever faced. And the reasons why this is one of the most challenging outbreaks is that, first we see a wide geographic dispersion of cases. So this has come in from a number of districts as well as a large city in Guinea, Conakry.
Apr 09 2014
This is one of the most challenging Ebola outbreaks that we have ever faced. And the reasons why this is one of the most challenging outbreaks is that we see a wide geographic dispersion of cases.
May 13 2013
This pattern of person to person transmission has remained limited to small clusters and so far there is no evidence that this virus has the capacity to sustain generalised community transmission.
Jan 26 2010
The labelling of the pandemic as fake is to ignore recent history and science, and to trivialise the deaths of over 14,000 people and the many serious additional illnesses experienced by others. So, let me state clearly for the record: the influenza pandemic policies and responses recommended and taken by the WHO were not improperly influenced by the pharmaceutical industry.
May 04 2009
It's critical that we continue to maintain and strengthen our alertness and surveillance. We have concerns about the infection travelling to the southern hemisphere because that part of the world will be heading into the winter months.
Apr 29 2009
As the outbreak evolves we are moving closer to Phase 5. So we are moving closer to that but I don't think we are quite there yet. Phase 5 is a significant milestone in preparations for countries and in warnings.
Apr 28 2009
We are also looking ahead to the possibility that we can go to a pandemic situation. And one of the important tasks at this point is to anticipate the needs of countries if we go into that situation.
Apr 26 2009
We know that if this situation evolves, one of the questions that will come up very soon is, what is the availability of a vaccine?' We're already working with our collaborating centres, we have begun the preliminary work to prepare influenza viruses for a potential swine vaccine, if we need it.
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