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New SARS case found in southern China
AFAR
12/27/2003



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[Guangzhou, China] China health department just confirmed that SARS has returned to Guangzhou, as a 32-year-old patient was admitted into a Guangzhou No. 8 People's Hospital, being treated for SARS syndrome. It is uncertain how many people have been infected with the new surge of SARS at this point, as the state media is under order to not report SARS-related stories.


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