Epidemiological Alert, Acute Respiratory Illness Outbreak in British Colombia, Canada (14 August 2003)
Alerta Epidemiológica, Brote de enfermedad respiratoria aguda en British Columbia, Canadá (14 agosto 2003)
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14 August 2003: There is an outbreak of an acute respiratory illness in a long-term care facility in British Columbia that clinically is not compatible with SARS, but in which there is laboratory evidence of SARS-CoV infection.14 agosto 2003: Un brote de enfermedad respiratoria aguda ocurre en una institución geriátrica en la provincia de British Columbia, Canadá, con cuadro clínico no compatible con infección por SARS CoV.
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