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How to tell if you have SARS

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posted on Apr, 25 2003 @ 10:34 AM
Symptoms of SARS
April 22 2003

The potentially deadly virus SARS has a range of distinctive symptoms.

Sufferers may find themselves faced with a burning fever and a temperature above 38 degrees Celsius.

The disease also makes breathing difficult and gives rise to a dry cough.

Someone infected with SARS might see changes in their chest X-rays, which could indicate pneumonia.

Other symptoms may include headaches, muscular stiffness, loss of appetite, confusion, rash and diarrhoea.

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Sounds like a fun virus. It doesn't seem much different than the flu though...

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