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SARS Commission: Spring of Fear, Executive Summary   [open html - 3KB]

This volume of the final report of the SARS epidemic in Ontario contains the introduction and thirteen essential questions asked in reviewing the procedures that were followed during the epidemic followed by recommendations. The questions are; Why does SARS matter today; How bad was SARS; What went right; What went wrong; Were precautions relaxed too soon; Who is there to blame; Was information withheld; Did politics intrude; Was SARS I preventable Was SARS II preventable; Were health workers adequately protected; Are we safer now; What must be done. Other volumes in this report include volumes 2-3, Final report, volume 4, SARS and Public Health in Ontario and volume 5, SARS and Public Health Legislation.

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Volume 1
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2006-12
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2003-2007 Commission to Investigate the Introduction and Spread of SARS in Ontario
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