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SARS TAIWAN FEAR
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May 22, 2003 
Motorcyclists crowd SARS-hit Taipei's streets on May 22, 2003 as more
Taiwanese avoid public transportation... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
MOTORCYCLISTS CROWD SARS-HIT TAIPEI STREET. 
Motorcyclists crowd SARS-hit Taipei's streets on May 22, 2003 as more
Taiwanese avoid public transportation due to fears of contracting the
flu-like virus. The government has ordered all train and subway passengers
to wear masks to prevent the spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome,
which has infected 483 people and killed 60 in Taiwan. Some doctors
criticised Taiwan's anti-SARS measures as excessive, saying they only fuel
fear in the community about the new virus and backfire on attempts to
control the outbreak. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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