By Edmond Jabès
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In 1998, the CDC updated its national EID strategy (CDC, 1998). S. S. S. National Intelligence Council, 2000). The report examined alternative future scenarios that looked forward 20 years. It concluded that the most likely scenario is one in which the infectious disease threat worsens during the ﬁrst half of that time frame but “decreases ﬁtfully” thereafter due to improved prevention, control, drugs and vaccines, and socioeconomic improvements. This estimate, prepared before the emergence of SARS and the more recent spread of avian inﬂuenza, concluded this scenario to be the most likely, barring the appearance of a deadly and highly infectious new disease.
National Intelligence Council, 2000), partly because of the social and sexual stigma surrounding the disease. There is some evidence that a desire to protect its international image was a factor in China’s reluctance to report an outbreak of SARS in 2003, although the economic consequences of that outbreak were also signiﬁcant, as discussed below. SARS in China and Beyond. The world experience of the 2003 SARS outbreak that began in China underscored the consequences of a nation failing to report an outbreak in a timely and accurate manner.
Government Accountability Oﬃce, 2005). S. Government Accountability Oﬃce, 2005). The main goal of NBIS is to collect, assemble, and analyze a wide range of relevant information and make such information available to government stakeholders in a timely and reliable fashion. S. government agencies within a common platform and combine those data with environmental and intelligence data. Analysts from DHS will work together with analysts on DHS and NBIS detail from other federal agencies to process this information and present “situational awareness” to the DHS Homeland 6 Since the completion of data collection for this study, BioSense was revised and is now referred to as BioSense Real-Time (BioSense RT).
A Foreigner Carrying in the Crook of His Arm a Tiny Book by Edmond Jabès