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55 new SARS cases in Taiwan  (Posted May 23, 2003)
  TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan, with the world's fastest-growing outbreak of SARS, has reported 55 new cases as Canada investigates four possible cases, a week after it was declared SARS-free. CLick title to read the entire story.  
 
Medical workers resign en masse over SARS  (Posted May 20, 2003)
  A total of 145 medical workers from Taipei and Kaohsiung tendered their resignations yesterday, reflecting their fears about going back to work in hospitals and taking care of patients suffering from the deadly severe acute respiratory syndrome...  
 
BEIJING SARS DEATHS RISE  (Posted May 20, 2003)
  Five more people have died of Sars in China and 12 new cases have been confirmed. The Health Ministry said three of the deaths were in Beijing...  
 
Taiwan records largest single-day rise of 12 SARS deaths, 39 new cases  (Posted May 20, 2003)
  Taiwan recorded its largest single-day rise in SARS deaths and cases Tuesday as health authorities scrambled to reinforce safeguards at the island's hospitals amid more resignations by medical workers...  
 
Sars around the world  (Posted May 15, 2003)
  HONGKONG - The health authorities are trying to find 24 residents who attended a wedding banquet in neighbouring Shenzhen after the groom's father fell ill with Sars.  
 
China's Ministry of Health latest SARS statistics  (Posted May 15, 2003)
  Shanghai. (Interfax-China) - China's Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 55 new confirmed SARS cases and 5 new deaths in the past 24 hours as of 10 am May 14, much lower than the country's previous daily average. The situation in China has been improving, according to statistics released by MOH in the past several days...  
 
SARS Crisis Worsens in Taiwan  (Posted May 15, 2003)
  The SARS crisis in Taiwan is getting worse, while China is threatening drastic measures against anyone who intentionally spreads the virus. Health officials in Taipei Thursday said the disease claimed five more lives, with 26 new infections...  
 
Death penalty for spreading SARS  (Posted May 15, 2003)
  China, haunted by the possibility of the deadly SARS virus rampaging through its vast countryside, has threatened to execute anyone who intentionally spreads the disease...  
 
Finns now say traveller didn't have SARS  (Posted May 15, 2003)
  HELSINKI (AP-CP) — Health officials in Finland said today that a man treated as a probable SARS case after falling ill upon his return from Toronto is unlikely to have the disease after all...  
 
Tell a friend about www.SARSlinks.ca  (Posted May 14, 2003)
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Taiwan reports 6 more SARS deaths  (Posted May 14, 2003)
  Taiwan's health authorities have reported six more deaths from SARS and 18 new cases, taking the toll to 31 from 238 cases...  
 
SARS may have again struck hospital  (Posted May 14, 2003)
  At least two female patients and 10 nurses at Taiwan facility have symptoms, and about 100 have been quarantined...  
 
China says Beijing SARS outbreak under control  (Posted May 14, 2003)
  ... as the number of SARS cases continues to rise, authorities in Beijing say the outbreak is now under control in the world's hardest-hit city...  
 
Taiwan Grappling With New SARS Outbreak  (Posted May 13, 2003)
  TAIPEI, Taiwan, May 13 — Taiwan may have suffered another hospital outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome, the disappointed leader of its fight against the epidemic said today. The country now has 220 probable cases of SARS and 25 deaths...  
 
SARS spreads to Nigeria  (Posted May 13, 2003)
  BEIJING, China (CNN) - The deadly SARS virus has reached the shores of Africa, with Nigeria reporting its first death, while on the European continent Greece counted its first suspected case.  
 
China's SARS Epidemic Not Fading Yet, WHO Says  (Posted May 13, 2003)
  BEIJING (Reuters) - The SARS epidemic is showing no signs of fading in China, even though the number of cases is declining, WHO experts said on Tuesday as Taiwan reported more infections and Greece said it may have its first case...  
 
Two more probable SARS cases reported in Australia  (Posted May 12, 2003)
  Two more probable cases of SARS have been reported to the World Health Organisation by Australian health authorities. The two new cases, both in New South Wales, are a 24-year-old woman who has been under observation since April 30 and a 42-year-old man...  
 
Russia turns back Chinese plane over SARS -- Detail Story  (Posted May 12, 2003)
  A Chinese airliner carrying some 100 passengers was ordered back to China after landing in Russia’s far-eastern city of Khabarovsk...  
 
Singapore offers beach resort for SARS quarantine  (Posted May 12, 2003)
  SINGAPORE, May 12 (Reuters) - In its latest bid to curb SARS, Singapore has converted a resort of government beach chalets into a quarantine site, where people can stay for a subsidised rate of S$25 ($14.40) per day... Click title to read the entire article.  
 
Sars: Russia turns on Asians  (Posted May 12, 2003)
  Chinese and Vietnamese migrants are treated with hostility as the killer virus rekindles old enmities...  
 
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