Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Respiratory disease caused by the SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV)
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Convalescent Plasma May Receive Emergency Use Authorization To Treat COVID-19
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Covid update: India drug shortage easing says firm; Russia vaccine ready
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Covid update: 2 more ministers infected; plane crash testing; USA schools
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'Imagine if Covid struck before 2014': PM Modi inaugurates Swachhata museum
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Covid update: India vaccine progress; another minister infected; IMF on economy
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Covid update: Ayodhya priest worried; South Korea on India, vaccines; gym rules
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Covid update: Russia mass vaccination from Oct plan; Delhi 2nd sero survey
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'They're getting pummeled.' Travel industry reeling from coronavirus concerns, anxietyThe travel and tourism industry has taken hit after hit since the coronavirus outbreak began in January, echoing the impacts of 9/11, SARS and recession.
Coronavirus deaths top 800, surpassing SARS, as China heads back to workChina raised the death toll from its coronavirus outbreak to 811 on Sunday, passing the number killed globally by the SARS epidemic, as authorities made plans for millions of people returning to work..
American dies of coronavirus in China as toll set to surpass SARSAn American became the first confirmed non-Chinese victim of the new coronavirus on Saturday while a Japanese man also died with symptoms consistent with the disease, as the epidemic looked set to pass..
Death toll from new coronavirus set to surpass SARS, as China's fatalities above 700The new coronavirus epidemic in mainland China is almost certain to become more deadly than SARS on Saturday as the death toll passed 700, health experts warned of mask shortages and more cases were..
'Everything now is experimental.' Here's how doctors are treating coronavirusScientists are drawing on past experience with SARS and MERS epidemics to determine the best way to handle the Wuhan coronavirus crisis.
How do you actually treat Wuhan coronavirus?Scientists are drawing on past experience with SARS and MERS epidemics to determine the best way to handle the Wuhan coronavirus crisis.
Singapore ramps up virus fight, reviving memories of SARS pandemicSchools in Singapore asked parents to declare overseas holiday plans as authorities screened travelers at air, land and sea checkpoints on Friday, to combat the spread of a deadly flu virus that has..
Wuhan virus does not appear to be as deadly as SARS, Singapore PM saysSingapore's prime minister said on Friday that the city-state was well prepared to tackle the Wuhan flu virus, adding that it did not appear to be as deadly as the 2003 Severe Acute Respiratory..
As Coronavirus Spreads from China, Scientists See Grim RemindersEpidemics of related viruses, like SARS, killed hundreds. Now the World Health Organization must decide whether to declare another global health emergency.
Factbox: How a virus impacts the economy and marketsThe outbreak of a new virus in China has sent shivers through world financial markets, with investors drawing comparisons to the 2003 SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) outbreak in order to..
Factbox: Latest China virus outbreak revives fears of 2003 SARS falloutThe death toll from a flu-like virus in China climbed to six and new cases surged beyond 300 on Tuesday, sending shivers through global markets as investors recalled the fallout from the Severe Acute..
Concerns over new virus from China prompt rare airport screenings for some travelersThe virus is from the same family as MERS and SARS, which previously caused deadly international outbreaks.