SARS on PEI Digest, April 4

Here’s the most recent news reported elsewhere on the presence of SARS on Prince Edward Island:

  • Tourism worried by news stories: The Tourism Industry Association says it is worried about a couple of developments, problems at Air Canada and SARS. TIAPEI says both could have an impact on the upcoming season. [CBC, April 4, 2003]
  • Quarantine ends for Island families: Two families will be resuming their normal schedules on Friday, they have spent the last ten days under a voluntary quarantine because of concerns over SARS. [CBC, April 4, 2003]
  • Islanders under SARS quarantine doing well: Dr. Lamont Sweet says it will take seven more days to determine if people haven’t contracted SARS disease. [Guardian, April 4, 2003]
  • Chief Health Officer Issues Update on SARS: Chief Health Officer, Dr. Lamont Sweet, issued an update on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Prince Edward Island today. [Province of PEI, April 4, 2003]

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unknown on April 5, 2003 - 19:10

Happy birthday Pete!!

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