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The SARS Epidemic
Appendix B: Reported SARS Cases and Fatalities, Nov 2002-July 2003

Source: U.S. General Accounting Office, Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, Emerging Infectious Diseases: Asian SARS Outbreak Challenged International and National Responses (GAO 04-564, April 2004) pp. 50-51.

Region

Country

Cases

Deaths

Asia

China

   
 

    mainland

5327

349

 

    Hong Kong

1755

295

 

    Macao

1

0

 

Taiwan

346

37

 

Vietnam

63

5

 

Singapore

283

33

 

South Korea

3

0

 

Philippines

14

2

 

Thailand

9

2

 

Malaysia

5

2

 

India

3

0

 

Indonesia

2

0

 

Mongolia

9

0

Oceana

Australia

6

0

 

New Zealand

1

0

Middle East

Kuwait

1

0

Africa

South Africa

1

1

North America

Canada

251

43

 

USA

27

0

Europe

Sweden

5

0

 

Italy

4

0

 

Germany

9

0

 

Switzerland

1

0

 

United Kingdom

4

0

 

Ireland

1

0

 

France

7

0

 

Spain

1

0

 

Romania

1

0

 

Russia

1

0

Totals

 

8141

769


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