SARS Reported in Beijing

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NPR's Rob Gifford reports on reaction to the first 10 cases of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome — SARS — reported in China's capital, Beijing. Life is proceeding normally and many are unconcerned, but others say they worry that the government is hiding information about what could be a serious epidemic.

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