Alison J Pearks Wilkerson

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In November 2002, a flu-like outbreak caused by a coronavirus now known as SARS-CoV occurred in Guangdong Province in China. In the space of 9 months the disease traveled to 29 countries, infected 8098 people and caused 774 deaths [1]. The SARS epidemic spread with alarming speed among health care workers attending SARS patients (e.g., 112 health care(More)
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