More SARS cases expected

BEIJING: World Health Organisation (WHO) officials warned yesterday of more cases of a deadly respiratory disease in China, as Beijing agreed to issue regular health reports on the global epidemic suspected to have originated in southern Guangdong province. 

“At this stage, from what we know from the international situation, we might expect more cases (in China),” John Mackenzie, leader of a visiting team of WHO experts, said. 

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