Last quote by Tarik Jasarevic
Only this year there were 126 attacks on health facilities and health workers recorded by the World Health Organisation and its partners.
Nov 17 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 Tarik Jasarevic is associated, including Aleppo and Ministry. Most recently, Tarik Jasarevic has been quoted saying: “The latest figures I got this morning is that the number of cases is increasing, and that there are, as of 27th October, 1,410 suspected cholera cases in 10 out of Yemen's 23 governorates.” in the article Cholera outbreak worsens, as UN agency warns over malnutrition in war-torn Yemen. An other article where Tarik Jasarevic has been quoted is CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-WHO, Red Cross say urgent to evacuate wounded from east Aleppo.
Quotes by Tarik Jasarevic
Oct 28 2016
The latest figures I got this morning is that the number of cases is increasing, and that there are, as of 27th October, 1,410 suspected cholera cases in 10 out of Yemen's 23 governorates.
Sep 27 2016
WHO submitted the request for medical evacuations through the Ministry of Health to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The plans are being firmed up on how and where to evacuate with options of west Aleppo and Bab al Hawa hospital in Idlib.
Sep 25 2016
Working "in around 80 percent of the city - both sides.
Aug 16 2016
The WHO Emergency Committee will reconvene in coming weeks (and) will re-evaluate the situation but we think that the outbreak is manageable if we can protect enough people with the vaccine.
Aug 09 2016
Only 35 medical doctors remain in the city and their capacity to cope with the excess demand has been overwhelmed.
Jun 17 2016
Experts agreed to propose if necessary, if there is a shortage of vaccine, to divide the vaccine by five. One fifth of a dose according to their evidence would be sufficient to provide immunity for at least 12 months.
Jan 15 2016
(Sierra Leone's) level of preparedness and response capabilities are very high and there is no cause for concern. We encourage the public to continue to practice the hygiene regulations which were in force during the period while Ebola was raging and the emergency regulations are still in force.
Jan 15 2016
Sierra Leone was already in their period of heightened surveillance, and this case has been detected very rapidly, it's now a priority to do all necessary research for possible contacts, also to try to understand how this person was infected.