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SARS in Beijing

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SARS in Beijing

SARS in Beijing

SARS in Beijing

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Fear of severe acute respiratory syndrome grips Beijing, where public schools have been closed for two weeks, and streets and shops are abnormally empty. Reporter Anthony Kuhn is in Beijing and talks about how China's capital city is coping with the disease.

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