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  • China
    Sunday Jan 5, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    A new infection with SARS is confirmed in China

    China
    Sunday Jan 5, 2003

    China confirmed that the case reported in December was a case of wild source SARS.




  • Guangzhou, China
    Friday Jan 31, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    The first international spreaded

    Guangzhou, China
    Friday Jan 31, 2003

    The first super-spreader, Zhou Zuofen would bring the disease to the international stage. He checked in to the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital in Guangzhou on January 31. This was the same hospital where Liu Jianlun was treating the disease. The virus was soon spread to nearby hospitals while Liu would later spread the disease to Hong Kong.




  • Guangdong, China
    Wednesday Apr 2, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    SARS: Chinese outbreak status

    Guangdong, China
    Wednesday Apr 2, 2003

    On April 2, Chinese medical officials began reporting the status of the SARS outbreak. China's southern Guangdong province reported 361 new infections and 9 new deaths, increasing the total Mainland China figures previously reported at end-February.




  • China
    Friday Apr 4, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    SARS Spreading through China: Releasing Data

    China
    Friday Apr 4, 2003

    A Chinese health specialist admitted at a press conference of not informing the public early enough about the outbreak. The PRC Health Minister also claimed that the disease has been under control in most parts of mainland China. He also released the names of seven drugs which he claimed to be effective in curing SARS.




  • China
    Sunday Apr 20, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    SARS spreading through China: More transparency

    China
    Sunday Apr 20, 2003

    On April 20, Beijing's mayor and the health minister of the PRCwere replaced respectively by Wang Qishan and the former deputy health minister Gao Qiang. In the news conference chaired by Gao Qiang several hours earlier, the PRC admitted that in Beijing there were more than 300 cases, as opposed to the previous figure of only 37.




  • Beijing, China
    Wednesday Apr 23, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    SARS spreading through Beijing: Schools closure

    Beijing, China
    Wednesday Apr 23, 2003

    On April 23, Beijing announced that all primary and secondary schools would be closed for two weeks. A few days before, some colleges in Peking University had been closed because some students had been infected.




  • Guangdong, China
    Saturday Dec 27, 2003

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    SARS China Suspected a new Case

    Guangdong, China
    Saturday Dec 27, 2003

    On Dec 27, China announced the first suspected case of SARS in six months in Guangdong in an individual who was not a SARS researcher.


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