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Interesting comment, but your recent posts suggest otherwise.

A noble concept.Should a travel advisory be issued against the USA
because of the threat of West Nile?

Of course not.com.For the extra cautious, wash
nbsp;hands frequently.btw.
nbsp;gt;In the interests of global health, should the WHO now issue a travel
nbsp;ban against the US?

nbsp;Also last year there were over 200 deaths in the US due to the West
nbsp;Nile Virus.although no U.google.0305010700. Nex

Correction: population of nearly *300* million. Altman, New York Times
nbsp;gtublished May 2, 2003
nbsp;localhost/is one site for you, mr.d7cd0f1@posting.google.
nbsp;gt;gt;In the interests of global health, should the WHO now issue a travel
nbsp;gt;ban against the US?
nbsp;gt;Also last year there were over 200 deaths in the US due to the West
nbsp;gt;Nile Virus.Just watch out for the West
Nile Mosquitoes in the parks!:-)) They're so small that it's hard to see
they until it's too late :-))

On Sat, 3 May 2003 01:46:13 +0000 (UTC), Alan Pollocksniffed:

nbsp;gt;nga992@hotmail.IIRC, all of the
nbsp;Toronto cases can be traced back to the first case, an elderly person who had
nbsp;the misfortune of staying at the Metropole?? Hotel during the same time as the
nbsp;person who carried the VIRUS from China.If you want to be stared at, wear one of the N-95 masks.

tomcan2wrote in message
news:e5e2f7f1. This was reinforced by the CDC, which unlike the
WHO, actually took the time to send a team of experts to Toronto to
investigate the situation first-hand.
I don't really care much for the CBC; usually just watch CTV and CNN
for balanced news coverage. I wasn't speaking to it.maybe? SARS
nbsp;is new and to my knowledge there isn't an expert.You can make statistics say anything you want.I have
lots of friends, relatives and co-workers in the US and have always
valued this relationship.

nbsp;according to a medical expert here who refused to be quoted
nbsp;by name.If you want to be stared at, wear one of the N-95 masks.
nbsp;Those exceptions were forced into confinement. Altman, New York Times
nbspublished May 2, 2003
nbsp;
nbsp;gt;localhost/I would like to acknowledge all the fine efforts of all those health
care workers on fron-lines.
nbsp;gt;If on the other hand you feel you can use the US as your whipping boy and get
nbsp;gt;away with it (because you watch a lot of CBC?) hey, don't let me rain on your
nbsp;gt;parade.yet! Ignoring the facts won't help you isolate the problem and telling
people it's safe to travel to Toronto won't either.The
nbsp;latest two (May 1) are health care workers at hospitals.although no U.

Yeah right.yet!
nbsp;Ignoring the facts won't help you isolate the problem and telling
nbsp;people it's safe to travel to Toronto won't either.

nbsp;gt;I'm just concerned about the 'useless spreading' of a disease
nbsp;gt;that seem to be able to mutate; two types at the present time.

nbsp;Which country has the problem then?Toronto reported 2 new cases in a
nbsp;hospital setting this week and the US reported 11 new cases.According to another expert who refused to be quoted by name,
nbsp;gt;the mother ship is calling you.
nbsp;gt;Every life is 'equally' important to me.maybe? SARS
nbsp;is new and to my knowledge there isn't an expert. Nex

tomcan2 wrote:
nbsp;
nbsp;You're just too damn lazy to look it up or you don't want to face
nbsp;the truth. Canada.
Whatever problems there are:
Let's work together and solve them.
nbsp;gt;Whatever problems there are:
nbsp;gt;Let's work together and solve them. Tomcan2

The sky is falling!

Get a grip.11539350@posting.
nbsp;gt;gt;In the interests of global health, should the WHO now issue a travel
nbsp;gt;ban against the US?

nbsp;gt;Also last year there were over 200 deaths in the US due to the West
nbsp;gt;Nile Virus. Hypocrites!!!!

We don't know enough about SARS to tell people when it's safe to be
around an area that has had SARS outbreaks! Consider the following:
In some cases, the illness returned more than two weeks after
discharge, according to a medical expert here who refused to be quoted
by name.

nga992@hotmail.com wrote:
nbsp;gt;OK, let's examine this logic. I can understand why
nbsp;gt;some would think I'm 'picking on' Toronto but I'm not calling anyone
nbsp;gt;names.

Andy

On Sat, 3 May 2003 05:27:28 +0000 (UTC), Alan Pollockwrote:

nbsp;gt;nga992@hotmail.Far from it.As good as CNN/CNBC are, they have been
nbsp;pre-occupied with the events in IRAQ for the last month.Their SARS coverage
nbsp;really has not been that intensive or exhaustive.

The last thing I want to do is 'spread panic'.e.
Those exceptions were forced into confinement.You can make statistics say anything you want.I'm all for it.
By the way, if you had read any of my posts on this topic, I did not
and have never, used the US as a whipping boy. I'm not an expert about SARS. I'm just concerned about the 'useless spreading' of a disease
that seem to be able to mutate; two types at the present time.

Toronto is safe enough to work, live and visit.com), the
nbsp;Globe Mail or even the Toronto Sun for up to date information about SARS in
nbsp;Toronto??Each of the papers have extensive links on their own site as well
nbsp;as links to other info.11 new cases
in the US this week could just as easily have been restated as an 18%
increase, which sounds like a large number.Not enough accolades or praise have gone their
nbsp;way!
nbsp;
nbsp;Maybe you should do more research than looking in the star tribune (your local
nbsp;paper??) for more information.Their SARS coverage
really has not been that intensive or exhaustive.Canada seems to worry more about civilian deaths in other countries a
lot more than it does in their own.who is? WHO.hear?

New SARS cases reported in Canada, Hong Kong and Taiwan
Lawrence K.although no U.
nbsp;
nbsp;The next big test on health care is West Nile.
Time will tell. If so, that raises the
possibility that transmission might recur in countries where officials
have said the outbreak is over. Just get your facts straight.yet!
nbsp;Ignoring the facts won't help you isolate the problem and telling
nbsp;people it's safe to travel to Toronto won't either.Just watch out for the West
nbsp;Nile Mosquitoes in the parks!:-)) They're so small that it's hard to see
nbsp;they until it's too late :-))

Hey Chicken Little. Stop spreading
nbsp;this disease now.com wrote:
nbsp;OK, let's examine this logic. I'm not an expert about SARS.My source was CNN.
Every life is 'equally' important to me. Altman, New York TimesPublished May 2, 2003

localhost/is one site for you, mr. deaths have been reported, 11 new
probable SARS cases were counted from Tuesday through Wednesday,
according to the CDC and WHO.The Chief
Medical officers of Health for Ontario and Toronto both see no immediate
danger to the general public. You're comparing a country of nearly 200 million with a city of 5
nbsp;gt;million.

You should try any of the local Toronto papers?

Check out local rags, The Toronto Star, National Post (aka.gif" smilieid=9" /]eter Lwrote in message news:.

nbsp;gt;Which country has the problem then?Toronto reported 2 new cases in a
nbsp;gt;hospital setting this week and the US reported 11 new cases.
nbsp;
nbsp;Have you checked Toronto's Public Health website at
nbsp;gt;localhost/or the Ontario Governments
nbsp;site at
nbsp;gt;localhost/or even the CDClocalhost/for information?
nbsp;
nbsp;In Toronto, all recent cases (last 3 weeks) have been traced back to
nbsp;hospitals.S. deaths have been reported, 11 new
nbsp;gt;probable SARS cases were counted from Tuesday through Wednesday,
nbsp;gt;according to the CDC and WHO.maybe? SARS
nbsp;gt;is new and to my knowledge there isn't an expert.None have come from the general community (in public areas).com (tomcan2) wrote:

nbsp;gt;quot[img]images/smilies/default/titter.
nbsp;gt;So stay loose and keep your emotions out of it. Stop spreading
this disease now.com.
The relapses may mean that patients can still transmit SARS even when
they are no longer thought to be infectious.

quot
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