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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Geneva, 15 May: A high-ranking World Health Organization (WHO) official responsible for global disease prevention said Thursday [15 May] that the current increasing number of SARS cases in Taiwan is a natural development.
David L. Heymann, executive director of the WHO's Department of Communicable Diseases, also pointed out that this is an encouraging sign as it indicates that Taiwan's anti-SARS measures have become more rigorous and coordinated.
Heymann made the remarks while responding to questions raised by the Central News Agency regarding the SARS situation in Taiwan.