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Shabir Madhi said: “It is critical that we understand work in the African context. If anything, the criticism should not be about us being guinea pigs but about the fact that less than 2% of vaccine research is done in Africa, yet we have 17% of the world’s population. Not enough studies are being done here,” External link

thetimes-za Thursday, July 9, 2020 4:27:00 PM CEST

Inger Andersen said: “COVID-19 may be the worst, but it is not the first,” External link

downtoearth Wednesday, July 8, 2020 8:12:00 PM CEST

Najat Mokhtar said: “The COVID-19 global pandemic hit the world unprepared and has shown us all the damaging impact zoonotic diseases can have,” External link

globalbiodefense Tuesday, July 7, 2020 6:16:00 PM CEST

Gerrit Viljoen said: “About 70 per cent of all diseases in humans come from animals,” External link

globalbiodefense Tuesday, July 7, 2020 6:16:00 PM CEST

Gerrit Viljoen said: “We have seen an increase in the number of zoonotic epidemics in the last decades: first Ebola, then Zika, and now COVID-19. It’s important to monitor what is in the animal kingdom – both wildlife and livestock – and to act quickly on those findings before the pathogens jump to humans,” External link

globalbiodefense Tuesday, July 7, 2020 6:16:00 PM CEST

Gerrit Viljoen said: “We have a unique capacity to provide laboratory support and guidance to countries,” External link

globalbiodefense Tuesday, July 7, 2020 6:16:00 PM CEST

Thomas Gillespie said: “We are at a crisis point,” External link

AsiaOne Tuesday, July 7, 2020 2:09:00 PM CEST

Thomas Gillespie said: “We have to act now. We cannot forsake this moment … Pandemics will become increasingly common. What we are experiencing now will seem mild by comparison,” External link

AsiaOne Tuesday, July 7, 2020 2:09:00 PM CEST

Jimmy Smith said: “With their experiences with Ebola and other emerging diseases, African countries are demonstrating the proactive ways to manage disease outbreaks,” “They are applying, for example, novel risk-based rather than rule-based approaches to disease control, which are best suited to resource-poor settings and they are joining up human, animal and environment expertise in proactive One Health initiatives” External link

AsiaOne Tuesday, July 7, 2020 2:09:00 PM CEST

Elizabeth Maruma Mrema said: “Biodiversity loss is a direct result of our short-sighted human activities including uncontrolled mining and infrastructure development, unsustainable farming and deforestation. All these have degraded ecosystems and have created the conditions that lead to events like possibly the pandemic,” External link

dailymirror Tuesday, July 7, 2020 9:04:00 AM CEST

Doreen Robinson said: “An intense surge in human activity is affecting the environment all across the planet, from burgeoning human settlements to [food production], to increasing mining industries,” External link

guardian Monday, July 6, 2020 6:04:00 PM CEST

Inger Andersen said: “The science is clear that if we keep exploiting wildlife and destroying our ecosystems, then we can expect to see a steady stream of these diseases jumping from animals to humans in the years ahead,” External link

guardian Monday, July 6, 2020 6:04:00 PM CEST

Thomas Gillespie säger: “Vi är helt beroende av naturen och vi har gjort vår egen framtid sårbar” External link

greenpeace-se Thursday, April 30, 2020 1:02:00 PM CEST

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