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The latest round of revelations comes from a document dating from 2012 that shows the extent of the NSA's worldwide surveillance network.
MRSA Survivors Network continues to urgently plea for the World Health Organization (WHO), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to finally recognize the MRSA epidemic and set up a worldwide surveillance and reporting program.
Given the lack of detection of HPAI viruses through worldwide surveillance, we suggest monitoring for AI should aim at improving our understanding of AI dynamics (in particular, the role of the environment and immunity) using long-term comprehensive live bird, serologic, and environmental sampling at targeted areas.
On March 12, the World Health Organisation issued a global alert about the outbreak and instituted worldwide surveillance.
Ireland's undercover Army intelligence branch G2 had been monitoring his movements since 1997 as part of worldwide surveillance of Islamic terrorist activity.
60% of total worldwide surveillance camera sales, compared to approx.
From a global perspective, the SARS epidemic demonstrated the importance of a worldwide surveillance and response capacity to address emerging microbial threats through timely reporting, rapid communication, and evidence-based action.
Molecular Analysis of Streptococcus pneumoniae with Elevated MICs to Levofloxacin: 2001-2002 Worldwide Surveillance (Board 1619).