The SARS outbreak in South Asia of late 2002-early 2003 almost became a pandemic

The SARS outbreak in South Asia of late 2002-early 2003 almost became a pandemic. In a matter of weeks, it spread to over 37 countries.
 

  • What is the etiologic agent of this disease and why was this discovery surprising?

 

  • What are the preventive and curative methods to treat this disease?
  • What precautionary measures did scientists and researchers in the United States take in order to shield the country from a SARS epidemic?

The SARS outbreak in South Asia of late 2002-early 2003 almost became a pandemic. In a matter of weeks, it spread to over 37 countries.
 

  • What is the etiologic agent of this disease and why was this discovery surprising?

 

  • What are the preventive and curative methods to treat this disease?
  • What precautionary measures did scientists and researchers in the United States take in order to shield the country from a SARS epidemic?

The SARS outbreak in South Asia of late 2002-early 2003 almost became a pandemic. In a matter of weeks, it spread to over 37 countries.
 

  • What is the etiologic agent of this disease and why was this discovery surprising?

 

  • What are the preventive and curative methods to treat this disease?
  • What precautionary measures did scientists and researchers in the United States take in order to shield the country from a SARS epidemic?

 

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