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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Taiwanese Central News Agency web site
Geneva, 10 May: A World Health Organization (WHO) expert said Saturday [10 May] that Taiwan will be able to contain the current outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in six to seven weeks so long as it effectively enforces all quarantine regimes.
Dr David Heymann, director of the WHO's communicable diseases department, made the remarks in an interview with the Central News Agency and Taiwan Television Enterprise (TTV).
While straightforwardly pointing out the problems in Taiwan's SARS fighting campaign, Heymann also expressed great confidence in the island's existing public health …