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Toronto's SARS Nurses at Risk, Angry, Exhausted  (Posted June 4, 2003)
  TORONTO (Reuters) - The protective gear worn by Toronto nurses treating SARS patients may not be sufficient to prevent them from getting the deadly disease, a respected microbiologist who is helping lead the city's battle against the virus said on Wednesday.  
SARS patient's diagnosis missed  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  Toronto's latest reported SARS death snuck under the radar screen of health officials for the last two weeks. A 60-year-old man died on May 20 at Scarborough Grace Hospital but his death wasn't diagnosed as SARS until yesterday...  
Sars ends Lion King run  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  Disney musical The Lion King is closing its run in Toronto in September after the city's tourism industry was hit by the Sars virus.  
Canadian officials vow SARS outbreak probe  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  TORONTO, Canada (CNN) -- Canadian health officials battling a second SARS outbreak of 62 probable cases vowed to determine what happened and work to ensure outbreaks do not recur. Click title to read the entire story.  
If only someone listened  (Posted June 2, 2003)
  Toronto - A provincial nurses' group said on Monday their warnings could have minimised a second outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome in the Toronto area, where 31 Sars-linked deaths have occurred. Click title to read the entire article.  
SARS cases rise again  (Posted June 2, 2003)
  Ontario public health officials announced Monday that the number of "active probable" SARS cases in the province has risen to 62 from 52 reported the day before.  
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Toronto Sars scare grows  (Posted May 30, 2003)
  The number of people believed to be infected with the Sars virus in the Canadian city of Toronto has jumped from 12 to at least 33...  
Two more Sars deaths in Toronto  (Posted May 29, 2003)
  Two more people have died from Sars in Toronto, hours after the Canadian prime minister said the virus was under control. Click title to read the entire article.  
SARS spike hits Toronto  (Posted May 29, 2003)
  TORONTO -- Toronto has two new SARS deaths and dozens of people headed for the probable list, increasing the likelihood of a return to the World Health Organization's dreaded travel advisory list. Source: Calgary Sun  
Toronto-area school closed over SARS fears  (Posted May 28, 2003) News Staff SARS appears to have spread into the community. A Catholic school north of Toronto has been shut down after a student suspected of having the fatal respiratory illness attended classes there on Friday...  
Ont. denies letting down SARS guard  (Posted May 28, 2003)
  TORONTO -- Ontario's health minister has denied a claim by a former top public health official that hospitals let down their guard against SARS because of political pressure...  
Toronto tourism braces for second SARS hit  (Posted May 27, 2003)
  TORONTO - The new SARS outbreak will cost Toronto's tourism industry hundreds of millions of dollars, on top of the losses from the previous crisis, officials say...  
WHO puts Canada back on SARS list  (Posted May 27, 2003)
  Just when they thought it was safe to open the border, Canada has been dealt another blow with the World Health Organisation putting it back on its list of areas where the deadly disease, SARS, is spreading...  
Canada's first SARS cases in more than month  (Posted May 23, 2003)
  Toronto — Toronto public-health officials issued a broad quarantine call last night after announcing that four people are in hospital with suspected cases of SARS. If confirmed, they will be Canada's first new cases in more than a month. Click title to read the entire article.  
SARS symptoms reappear in Toronto  (Posted May 23, 2003)
  TORONTO, Canada (CNN) – Health officials have reported four new possible SARS cases in Toronto several weeks after the last positive diagnosis there and just days after the WHO dropped Canada from its list of 'hot zones.'...  
Ontario lifts provincial emergency on SARS  (Posted May 20, 2003)
  Toronto — The provincial emergency implemented on March 26 due to SARS has now been lifted, Ontario's Premier Ernie Eves said Saturday. Source: Globe and Mail  
Toronto removed from SARS list  (Posted May 14, 2003)
  TORONTO - The World Health Organization removed Toronto from its list of SARS-affected areas Wednesday, said Prime Minister Jean Chrétien.  
Toronto SARS-free, Myers tells Tonight Show  (Posted May 13, 2003)
  Canadian Press TORONTO — Actor Mike Myers declared "Toronto is safe" on NBC's Tonight Show Monday night, urging Americans to visit the city and ignore the SARS hysteria that has kept many in the U.S. away from Canada. Source: CTV News.  
Another SARS death hits Ontario  (Posted May 13, 2003)
  Ontario has had its first SARS death in 11 days... Click title to read the entire story.  
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