SARS in Beijing Slowing Down The SARS outbreak in Beijing is slowing down, Chinese officials say, dropping from a peak of more than 100 new cases a day to fewer than 50. But officials with the World Health Organization say the outbreak is not under control and say they worry the disease could spread significantly outside the capital city. Hear NPR's Richard Harris.
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Number of SARS Cases in Beijing Falling, Officials Say

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Number of SARS Cases in Beijing Falling, Officials Say

Number of SARS Cases in Beijing Falling, Officials Say

Number of SARS Cases in Beijing Falling, Officials Say

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The SARS outbreak in Beijing is slowing down, Chinese officials say, dropping from a peak of more than 100 new cases a day to fewer than 50. But officials with the World Health Organization say the outbreak is not under control and say they worry the disease could spread significantly outside the capital city. Hear NPR's Richard Harris.

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