At present, new infectious diseases are emerging and spreading faster than ever before. Global epidemics have become a serious threat to human health and life. In my opinion, an effective way is to take specific monitoring and quarantine measures for a new disease.
Vulnerability is emerging at an unprecedented speed in history. Governments around the world must pay close attention to the emergence of new threats, such as SARS, a new type of avian influenza and swine flu in Mexico. On the other hand, with the rapid development of global air travel, even if only one person travels between countries carrying infectious diseases, posing a threat to other countries and causing an alarm or potential crisis in another country, who also warns that it is only a few hours before an epidemic in one part of the world becomes an imminent threat elsewhere, because Once the epidemic situation is coming, the epidemic situation should be monitored more quickly and effectively than any other countries in the world It's time to stop the epidemic from getting worse.
Novel coronavirus infection is unknown to the public at the beginning of the new year. Just as people are celebrating the Spring Festival, a battle against viruses is also being launched and the prevention and control of the disease is being started. There are always some unknown heroes who have built solid "protective walls" for us in the "backward" posture.
They are carrying out an epidemic war without smoke. This is world without end. They are the most beautiful rebels of this era.
Editor's note: Grant Hill Cawthorn is a lecturer in epidemiology of infectious diseases at the Mary Bashir Institute of infectious diseases and biosafety and the school of public health, University of Sydney. He teaches master of public health in Australia and master of global infectious disease control. As part of his focus on epidemic control, he talked extensively about the current Ebola epidemic to the press.
Sydney, Australia (CNN) has suspected cases and suspected cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in seven affected countries, so far at least there are Deaths, the most severe EVD outbreak since the World Health Organization (who) has warned that weekly cases could reach by early December. It is clear that the peak of the epidemic has not yet reached, and it is understandable that countries around the world, especially the affected countries (Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain and the United States) have been studying their preventive measures against imported cases. Since the Ebola virus infected Thomas Eric Duncan traveled from Africa to Texas, these cases have become increasingly urgent, leading to the subsequent secondary transmission of infection in two treated people.
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