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Thomas Griese ergänzte: "Der Zukauf stellt derzeit die größte Gefahr einer Einschleppung des Virus dar" External link

rtl Friday, July 6, 2018 7:23:00 AM CEST

Richard Kock says: “All the carcasses in this one of many killing zones were spread evenly over 20 sq km,” External link

guardian Sunday, February 25, 2018 9:22:00 AM CET

Richard Kock says: “In 2014, we believed there were about 250,000 adults and they produced a good number of calves – perhaps a couple of hundred thousand. It looked a viable population and we’d expected a population of a million soon. There was even talk of them coming off the critically endangered list,” External link

guardian Sunday, February 25, 2018 9:22:00 AM CET

Serge Tissot said: "In most parts of the country, FAO and its partners are the main provider of vaccinations. We are trying to reach as many animals as possible now. If we wait for two more months, the rains will start taking over; half of the country will soon be completely cut off or extremely difficult to access, and a huge number of animals risk being trapped in an impossible situation," External link

fao-en Tuesday, January 23, 2018 10:05:00 AM CET

Serge Tissot added: "We vaccinated 300,000 animals so far against prevalent diseases such as black quarter, haemorrhagic septicaemia and anthrax, in Aweil state, in the north-west of the country. Famers there told us that their cattle have been sick for months, and we reached them just in time to check the situation, provide necessary heath care and start vaccinations to protect their livestock against major diseases. Yet, unless more funds come in, we are unable to reach other farmers facing the same fears - losing their livelihoods," External link

fao-en Tuesday, January 23, 2018 10:05:00 AM CET

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