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Medicine: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome {SARS} / Canada / Gully Interview #727300

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 25, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Toronto: Jason Carroll) Canada's battle against severe acute respiratory syndrome {SARS} featured; scenes shown from Toronto; details given of the economic impact. [Ontario commissioner of public health Dr. Colin D'CUNHA†- says the new risk assessment will be presented on Tuesday.] [Toronto city council Kyle RAE†- says the SARS danger is being overblown.] [On the street, WOMAN - comments.] [Canadian Prime Minister Jean CHRETIEN†- says the cabinet will meet in Toronto to show it is safe.] [Toronto Blue Jays manager carlos TOSCA†- cites precautions.] The sense of anger in Toronto against the WHO & the media for overblowing the SARS story discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Health Canada's Dr. Paul Gully† about the fact & fiction re: SARS in Toronto. [From Toronto, GULLY - says WHO's current position on SARS is a mystery & surprise; states hospitals are safe & the hospitals that were closed are reopening; offers suggestions to WHO.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:08:10

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