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John Martin said: "People think about bees and honeyeater birds [as pollinators], but these tend to move relatively short distances," "The mobility of flying foxes is mind-boggling … [they move] up to a couple of thousand kilometres or more in calendar year" External link

abc-au Sunday, April 25, 2021 1:15:00 AM CEST

Seth Berkley said: “Deforestation and the sale of live wild animals or bushmeat, such as bats and monkeys, make the emergence of new viruses inevitable, while population growth, dense urbanization and human migration make their spread easier,” External link

bq-magazine Tuesday, April 20, 2021 1:44:00 AM CEST

Seth Berkley explained: “Academic research is critical, but professors rarely make vaccines,” “The goal should be for academia to let a thousand flowers bloom and then for institutions skilled in product development to cultivate the right ones” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Amitabh Chandra said: “You’re probably selling your vaccine in a public-health emergency,” “That means you’re selling to governments and philanthropies, not private insurers that pay high prices” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Amitabh Chandra asked: “Imagine if AstraZeneca and Merck were the only ones who had taken up the vaccine challenge?” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Seth Berkley said: “It’s of course right for every political leader to think about his or her own constituents,” “But it’s foolish to think only of them in a global pandemic. You will never vaccinate one hundred per cent of your population. If there are large pockets of virus circulating around the globe, it will eventually get back to you. That has huge implications for trade, commerce, travel, and safety” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Seth Berkley said: “That would shift the character of the pandemic globally,” “It would protect the most vulnerable people and do a lot to reduce fear and health-system burden” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Nicholas Christakis told: “We think that living under plague is so unusual,” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Nicholas Christakis said: “We have a thinned-out intellectual culture,” “We’ve lost our capacity for nuance. Everything is black or white, you’re either with me or against me. Masks are a sign of virtue or totalitarianism” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Nicholas Christakis said: “The trope ‘there are no atheists in foxholes’ turns out to be true during times of plague,” External link

newyorker Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:07:00 PM CEST

Christian Walzer says: “It’s big and complex, and there are quite a lot of unknowns,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Christian Walzer says: ”The last 15 years has seen a real explosion in the understanding of how many potential pathogens there are,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Christian Walzer says: “We have these edges of destruction, the disturbed areas, often only several hundred metres in. You trap for food, hunt, you collect firewood, you may be driving livestock in,” “You’re creating this interface, and that does increase the contact rate” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

David Redding says: “It’s this idea of how habitat degradation is leading to sick landscapes,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Felicia Keesing says: “The problem is that story doesn’t wash, it’s wrong,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Felicia Keesing says: “You’ve been told a story about bats being the most dangerous group,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

John Scanlon says: “Spillover can happen in any country, and to succeed we need to take a global approach,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

David Redding says: “Nature is unpredictable. We tend to get very narrow – you know, we’ve got to stop SARS-CoV-3,” “But actually, we’ve got to think broadly about how we interact with animals and how we disturb landscapes” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Felicia Keesing says: “One of the big frontiers is to what degree we can restore habitats,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

David Redding says: “We are sleepwalking into these disasters. We just need to open our eyes about the decisions that we make,” “People consuming make decisions that impact the likelihood of future spillovers” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

David Quammen says: “It’s all the choices that we make: what we eat, what we wear,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Christian Walzer says: “Wild animal markets, with wildlife brought in from across the region and often globally, are just an inherent risk,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Peter Daszak says: “Viruses exploit this pathway very well, as they did with SARS, and probably with covid,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Peter Daszak said: “The most likely scenario for the emergence of covid-19 is a person involved in the wildlife trade got infected by bats in rural China and spread the disease through their social network in the wildlife trade, into the Huanan seafood market in Wuhan,” External link

newscientist Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:34:00 PM CET

Richard Ebright says: "The second, third, fourth and fifth entries of the original SARS coronavirus into human populations occurred as a laboratory accident," External link

cnet Sunday, February 7, 2021 12:59:00 AM CET

Jesse Bloom says: "I think it is plausible that either SARS-CoV-2 emerged 'naturally' from some sort of interaction between humans and animals, or that it was an accidental release from a lab," External link

cnet Sunday, February 7, 2021 12:59:00 AM CET

Magdalena Plebanski says: "Why speculate fruitlessly on conspiracies when there are real problems to solve and real people to help, now," External link

cnet Sunday, February 7, 2021 12:59:00 AM CET

Tracey Goldstein pravi: "Zelo pomembno je, da razumemo, kateri virusi krožijo med živalmi," External link

vecer Sunday, December 6, 2020 5:34:00 AM CET

Tracey Goldstein pravi: "Ciljali smo na živali, za katere smo mislili, da prenašajo največ virusov, ki bi se lahko razširili," External link

vecer Sunday, December 6, 2020 5:34:00 AM CET

Barbara Han pravi: "Prizadevati si je treba za spodbujanje dejavnosti na usklajen in globalno financiran način," External link

vecer Sunday, December 6, 2020 5:34:00 AM CET

Richard Ebright says: "The second, third, fourth and fifth entries of the original SARS coronavirus into human populations occurred as a laboratory accident," External link

cnet Thursday, January 21, 2021 7:50:00 AM CET

Jesse Bloom says: "I think it is plausible that either SARS-CoV-2 emerged 'naturally' from some sort of interaction between humans and animals, or that it was an accidental release from a lab," External link

cnet Thursday, January 21, 2021 7:50:00 AM CET

Magdalena Plebanski says: "Why speculate fruitlessly on conspiracies when there are real problems to solve and real people to help, now," External link

cnet Thursday, January 21, 2021 7:50:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright dice: "Quizás nunca sepamos cuándo fue que el virus pasó de los murciélagos a las personas" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Raina Plowright dice: "El cambio climático afecta a los murciélagos de manera cabal" "Muchas especies son insectívoras, así que el cambio climático tiene un gran impacto en sus fuentes de alimento. Además les produce estrés psicológico, afectando dónde viven y cómo interactúan con los humanos" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Raina Plowright dice: "Cuatro virus que emergen de un mismo animal era algo sin precedentes" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Raina Plowright dice: "Lo único que evitó que el Nipah se volviera una pandemia extendida fue que no había transmisiones asintomáticas" "Con el Nipah la gente solo es contagiosa cuando ya sabe que lo tiene, lo que hace más fácil contener el virus" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Raina Plowright dice: "El SARS-CoV-2 fue un desastre humanitario" "¿Pero podés imaginarte lo que pasaría si hubiera matado a la mitad de los contagiados a través de transmisión asintomática? Ese es el riesgo que corremos. Y cuanto más rápido sea el cambio climático, más crece el riesgo" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Bobbi Pritt dice: "Cuanto más estudiamos garrapatas, más virus encontramos" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Stephen Luby dice: "El mayor impacto del cambio climático sobre la salud probablemente sea el aumento de enfermedades comunes como la tuberculosis y el sarampión en lugares con malnutrición como Etiopía y Mali" External link

lanacion-AR Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7:22:00 PM CET

Justine Taylor sagt: "Ich habe schon immer Angst vor ihnen gehabt und hoffe jedes Mal, dass sie sich im Garten von jemand anderem niederlassen" "Sie kreischen und machen diese Klappergeräusche, man kann einfach nicht schlafen. Selbst tagsüber, wenn man am Fluss ist, kann man sie hören" External link

deutschewelle-de Thursday, January 7, 2021 11:55:00 AM CET

Colin Carlson afferma: “Il fatto è che il cambiamento climatico farà ammalare e ucciderà un sacco di persone” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright afferma: “Potremmo non sapere mai con certezza dove e come il virus è passato per la prima volta all’uomo” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright afferma: “I cambiamenti climatici stanno avendo effetti profondi sui pipistrelli” “Molte specie di pipistrelli sono insettivore, quindi il cambiamento climatico ha un forte impatto sulla loro fotne di cibo, oltre che su dove vivono e come interagiscono con l’uomo” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright afferma: “Che quattro virus emergessero dallo stesso animale non aveva precedenti” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright spiega: “L’unico motivo che aveva impedito a Nipah di diventare una pandemia era che non si trasmetteva in modo asintomatico” “Con Nipah, le persone sono contagiose solo quando sanno già di averlo, il che rende il virus molto più facile da contenere” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Stephen Luby afferma: “Se il Nipah diventasse più trasmissibile” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright afferma: “SARS-CoV-2 è stato un disastro umanitario” “Ma ti immagini se uccidesse metà delle persone infetti, dopo un certo periodo di trasmissione asintomatica? Questo è il rischio che ci stiamo prendendo. Più in fretta cambia il clima più grande diventa il rischio” External link

247libero Saturday, January 2, 2021 8:57:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright déclaré: «Le secret est que les chauves-souris ont un système immunitaire inhabituel, et cela a à voir avec leur capacité à voler» External link

news-24 Monday, December 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM CET

Vikram Misra déclaré: «Le stress est un facteur énorme de perturbation de l’équilibre naturel des chauves-souris avec leurs virus – plus vous stressez les chauves-souris, plus elles propagent des virus» External link

news-24 Monday, December 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM CET

Raina Plowright déclaré: «Le secret est que les chauves-souris ont un système immunitaire inhabituel, et cela est lié à leur capacité à voler» External link

news-24 Monday, December 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM CET

Arinjay Banerjee appelé: «un mécanisme efficace de réparation de l’ADN» External link

news-24 Monday, December 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM CET

Cara Brook déclaré: «Le virus doit sortir de l’hôte pour que nous soyons infectés» External link

news-24 Monday, December 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM CET

Vikram Misra déclaré: «Le stress est un facteur important pour perturber l’équilibre naturel des chauves-souris avec leurs virus – plus vous stressez les chauves-souris, plus elles excrètent des virus» External link

news-24 Monday, December 14, 2020 8:09:00 AM CET

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