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  • China
    Saturday Jan 10, 2004

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    Another SARS infection found in china

    China
    Saturday Jan 10, 2004

    A restaurant worker in Guangdong was confirmed as the second wild source SARS since the outbreak was contained.




  • Guangzhou, China
    Saturday Jan 17, 2004

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    Third new case in China

    Guangzhou, China
    Saturday Jan 17, 2004

    China announced a third case of SARS in Guangzhou.




  • China
    Saturday Jan 31, 2004

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    Fourth new SARS infection in China

    China
    Saturday Jan 31, 2004

    On January 31, China announced the fourth case of SARS as a 40-year-old doctor from the southern city of Guangzhou.




  • China
    Friday Apr 23, 2004

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    New SARS Death in China

    China
    Friday Apr 23, 2004

    On April 23, China announced that a 53-year-old woman had died on April 19, its first SARS death since June. Two other cases were found, who were both healthcare workers, one of which was the deceased woman's daughter. The outbreak originated from a researcher working on the SARS virus in a lab at the Institute of Virology in Beijing, who inadvertently caught the disease and ended up spreading it to the nurse taking care of him.




  • China
    Saturday May 1, 2004

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    New SARS infections in China

    China
    Saturday May 1, 2004

    On May 1, Two additional confirmed cases of SARS and three additional suspected cases were reported in Beijing, all related to a single research lab. The total number of cases was six.




  • China
    Sunday May 2, 2004

    SARS Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)

    More cases in China

    China
    Sunday May 2, 2004

    On May 2, China announced the three suspected cases as genuine cases of SARS, bringing the total cases in a recent outbreak to nine. 189 people were released from quarantine.




  • China
    Thursday Aug 19, 2004

    Amazon

    Amazon acquires Joyo

    China
    Thursday Aug 19, 2004

    Amazon acquires Joyo, an online bookstore in China, for $75 million, which then becomes the 7th regional website of Amazon.com. joyo later becomes Amazon China.


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