Coverage of SARS in the general media.
A diagnostic test for the virus, with information and related stories and links. [New Scientist]
How China's totalitarian government put the rest of the world at risk to the new virus. [The Daily Standard]
Analysis showing that common masks offer only limited protection, but that the perception of protection may be more important. [Slate]
A senior Chinese physician accused his government yesterday of covering up details of the spread of the SARS virus in Beijing, raising fears that the crisis may be worse than previously thought. [The Scotsman]
Hong Kong establishes quarantine camps as a deadly pneumonia virus claims more victims. [BBC News]
Health officials struggle to contain the spread of a "mystery illness" reported across continents. [BBC News]
Features audio clips of the radio program series, a fact sheet and timeline on SARS, commentary, and links to related coverage. By NPR National Public Radio.
Reviews what is known so far about the disease. [San Francisco Chronicle]
Early release of several articles dealing with the outbreak in Hong Kong and Canada.
Overview of what is known so far. [Independent Online]
Several labs have found a coronavirus in SARS patients. One possibility is that the disease might be caused by both that and the previously isolated paramyxovirus acting in tandem. [New Scientist]
Archived news coverage. (Free registration required.)
Archived news coverage, including interviews with cured patients, details of cooperation with the WHO, and discussion of the measures that have prevented the spread of the disease.
Examines the effects that fear of the disease is having on international airlines. [About.com]
Online textbook reviewing available medical information.
Special coverage of the outbreak, with emphasis on Australian cases and Asian travel issues.
News on SARS collected from various sources.
News on the disease.
Indications that Acute Respiratory Syndrome is a member of the paramyxovirus family. [New Scientist]
Announcement of the global alert issued by the World Health Organization. [New Scientist]
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