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Russia expels 500 Chines, Vietnamese over SARS fears  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  About 500 Chinese and Vietnamese citizens have been deported from Russia over fears of the spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), a top police official said on Tuesday...  
 
Tenth German SARS case  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  A 60-year-old man who had worked in Taiwan is believed to be Germany's latest SARS case, health experts said today, bringing the country's tally to 10. The man, from the western city of Krefeld in the industrial Ruhr region, shows all the symptoms of the disease, which has killed at least 770 people worldwide, according to the Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine in Hamburg...  
 
Hong Kong Reports One More SARS Death  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong reported on Tuesday that one more person had died of SARS, bringing the death toll from the respiratory disease in the territory to 283...  
 
Taiwan ship turns back from Naha as crew shows 38.3 C fever  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  NAHA A cruise ship from Taiwan scheduled to enter Naha port in Okinawa Prefecture on Monday night turned back after a crew member was found to have a fever and symptoms such as difficulty breathing, Japanese quarantine officials said...  
 
WHO questions China's SARS decline  (Posted June 3, 2003)
  GENEVA, Switzerland -- China's reported sharp drop in the number of new SARS cases is being questioned by the World Health Organization...  
 
SARS on Retreat in Asia but Vigilance Needed  (Posted June 2, 2003)
  BEIJING (Reuters) - SARS may be on the retreat in Asia but the World Health Organisation said on Monday countries must stay on guard and the virus is going to be tough to kill off completely...  
 
China reports halt in Sars spread  (Posted June 2, 2003)
  China has reported no new cases of Sars for the first time since it began releasing figures about cases of the disease on 20 April. Source: BBC  
 
2 SARS suspects in LA, Toronto to issue new figures  (Posted May 30, 2003)
  Los Angeles, May 29: Two passengers aboard a Cathay Pacific Airlines flight that originated in Hong Kong were quarantined upon arriving in Los Angeles on Sunday after exhibiting symptoms associated with the deadly SARS virus...  
 
SARS alert issued in midstate  (Posted May 30, 2003)
  The state Department of Health issued a warning to area hospitals and medical providers yesterday about a Canadian nurse who is possibly infected with the potentially fatal severe acute respiratory syndrome and was being treated at a Shippensburg medical center. Source: www.PennLive.com  
 
After a Calm, Another Possible SARS Case  (Posted May 30, 2003)
  Another suspected SARS case was reported Wednesday, the first since May 19. The new case is a 12-year-old Korean girl residing in Taiwan who had come to Korea for a vacation, the National Institute of Health said...  
 
50 new cases but Taiwan says SARS under control  (Posted May 30, 2003)
  TAIPEI (AFP) - Taiwan reported 50 new SARS cases Thursday but authorities insisted the figure did not conflict with a World Health Organisation (WHO) assessment that the island's outbreak was on the decline.  
 
China Reports 7 New SARS Cases, 1 New Death  (Posted May 30, 2003)
  China reported seven new cases of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and one new death Friday...  
 
Taiwan reports 50 more SARS cases  (Posted May 29, 2003)
  Taiwan's health authorities yesterday reported 50 new cases of SARS, taking the number on the island to 660. The number of fatalities stood unchanged at 81, according to the Centre for Disease Control.  
 
Russia confirms first SARS case  (Posted May 28, 2003)
  MOSCOW, Russia (CNN) -- Russia has confirmed its first case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome -- a 25-year-old man who lives in a town bordering China. Click title to read the entire article.  
 
SARS Cases in China Declining  (Posted May 26, 2003)
  China reported eight new SARS cases Monday, the smallest number of new cases since the Beijing government began publishing daily reports on the spread of the SARS epidemic last month...  
 
A worse outbreak of Sars could come  (Posted May 26, 2003)
  PRIME Minister Goh Chok Tong yesterday expressed pessimism that the global Sars epidemic could be contained soon, citing an ominous forecast by an American expert that the worst is yet to come...  
 
SARS still a threat, says China  (Posted May 25, 2003)
  Beijing, May 24. (PTI): Combating deadly SARS virus still poses a "very serious challenge" and Beijing needs to adopt stricter measures to fight the epidemic and the public must stay on guard to prevent an outbreak from reoccurring, a senior Chinese official said here today.  
 
Team checks out SARS report at naval base  (Posted May 25, 2003)
  PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has sent a medical team to the Royal Malaysian Navy base in Lumut, Perak, after 200 naval personnel were quarantined after they came into in contact with a suspected Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) case...  
 
SARS spread slows in China, defies control in Taiwan  (Posted May 23, 2003)
  China has reported three more deaths from SARS and another 20 infections. Two of the deaths were in the capital Beijing. Since Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome broke out in southern China, the country has suffered 5,285 infections and 303 deaths.  
 
Taiwan SARS rate soars; eight more patients die  (Posted May 23, 2003)
  Taipei -- Taiwan's SARS crisis escalated yesterday with 65 new cases and eight deaths. The new cases -- nearly double the previous daily record -- took Taiwan's toll from severe acute respiratory syndrome to 483 infections and 60 deaths, according to the Department of Health...  
 
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