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Medicine: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome {SARS} / China / Canada / Frank Interview #727263

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 28, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) WHO's statement that severe acute respiratory syndrome {SARS} may be on the decline in nations except for China noted.

(Beijing: Jaime FlorCruz) The SARS alarm in China featured; scenes shown from Beijing, where the government is taking draconian measures to prevent the spread of the disease. [WHO's Alan SCHNUR@- comments on SARS policy.] [Bus station employee JIN Erzhong@- {thru translator} comments.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "Time" magazine Toronto bureau chief Steven Frank@ about SARS in Canada. [FRANK - recounts how a man came to Toronto with an unknown disease; recounts how the disease spread through the man's contacts in the hospital; compares the handling of SARS cases in Toronto & Vancouver.]

Cooper, Anderson;
FlorCruz, Jaime

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