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December 07, 2019  
EDUCATION CENTER: Symptoms

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  • Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

    Symptoms
    SARS patients initially have a fever, often high (above 100.4 degrees F [38 degrees C]). They may sometimes also feel chills, headache, body aches, or overall discomfort. Minor respiratory symptoms such as mild coughing or slight difficulty breathing may or may not be felt at the beginning.

    Within 2 to 7 days, a dry cough may worsen and begin to block vital oxygen from the blood stream.

    Last updated: 23-Feb-07

       
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