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Medicine: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome {SARS} / Canada / Burke Interview #727042

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 26, 2003
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(Studio: Claire Shipman) Report introduced.

(Toronto: John Berman) The impact of SARS on Toronto, Canada, featured; scenes shown from the Blue Jays' baseball park; details given of the decline in tourism. [Kansas Royals player Brent MAYNE†- comments.] [CN Towers president Bud PURVES†- says business is down.] [At the game, three Toronto RESIDENTS - downplay concerns.]

(Studio: Claire Shipman) The monitoring of two recent American visitors to Toronto for SARS reported. [In taped interview, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dr. Donald BURKE†- says the US should be worried about this new, unpredictable disease; states if the epidemic declines, we may be able to track down all cases & eradicate the disease.]

Shipman, Claire;
Berman, John

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