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SARS / Canada #727380

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 29, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The latest developments in the worldwide SARS outbreak reported.

(Toronto: Jim Axelrod) The relief for Toronto, Canada, after the lifting of the WHO’s travel advisory featured; details given about financial losses for Canada & Ontario due to SARS. [WHO Dr. Gro Harlem BRUNDTLAND†- announces the repeal of the advisory.] [Toronto Blue Jays CEO Paul GODFREY†, Toronto Mayor Mel LASTMAN†, Toronto medical officer of health Dr. Sheela BASRUR†- comment on the city’s safety.] [Ontario minister of tourism Brian COBURN†- comments on the tourism industry.] [SARS victim Pat TAMLIN†- describes her symptoms.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Worldwide death toll from SARS vs. AIDS cited.

Rather, Dan;
Axelrod, Jim

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