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SARS Scare at Toronto School Leads to Quarantine

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SARS Scare at Toronto School Leads to Quarantine

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SARS Scare at Toronto School Leads to Quarantine

SARS Scare at Toronto School Leads to Quarantine

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Canadian health officials scramble to quarantine an estimated 1,500 students and workers connected to a suburban high school in Toronto. A student there is suspected of having severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.

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