Atypical Pneumonia - Admission statistics, ways for the public to reduce their chances of contracting respiratory illnesses, and details of steps taken by the government to contain the illness. From the Hong Kong Department of Health.
Children and SARS - Discusses whether kids are at risk for SARS, common symptoms, and what parents should do to protect their children from severe acute respiratory syndrome.
The Facts About SARS - A comprehensive guide to SARS, with articles by a team of science journalists at the Australian Broadcasting Corp. It details what is known about the outbreak, the virus, the ensuing panic and known symptoms and treatments.
SARS 2003 Hong Kong - Autopsy and cytological findings, with pictures of pertinent specimens, assembled by a group of doctors and pathologists in Hong Kong. Intended to assist other clinicians in diagnosis.
Toronto Public Health: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) - General information about the disease for the public, child care and school workers, and health care professionals. Discussion of the quarantine measures to be taken during the public health emergency in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tamil, and French.
The Truth About SARS - Basic facts, estimates of the doubling time of the epidemic, and outlines of best-case and worst-case scenarios. Also discusses the need for more basic research on viral diseases.
Vads Corner - Collected references on the disease and related topics, including general press, medical journals, and public health departments of affected countries.
United States Dept of State - Public announcment from the United States government advice for all citizens considering travel. (May 12, 2003)
China - Travel Warning - US Department of State advises citizens to avoid travel to China and Hong Kong because of uncertainty about the risks posed by the spread of SARS. (May 6, 2003)
Executive Order on Quarantinable Diseases - Statement from US HHS director that the Public Health Service has added SARS to the list of quarantinable communicable diseases, in order to keep all options open. (April 4, 2003)