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Electronic tag for flouting quarantine order

THE Health Ministry said on Saturday that the relative of a SARS patient will be tagged electronically after repeatedly flouting a home quarantine order #8211; one of 12 people who have broken the rules and left the confines of their home.

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Support for doctors and nurses

SINGAPORE:A makeshift shrine of messages has sprouted at an underground train station here, paying tribute to doctors and nurses #8211; Singapore's multinational frontline troops in the battle against the killer SARS virus.

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China brushes aside figures India's first case in Goa

B>BEIJING:/BBeijing yesterday brushed aside a World Health Organisation finding that the deadly SARS outbreak is much worse in China than officials have acknowledged and said it would stick to its official figures.

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Inform us if you need food, families of victims told

Family members of probable Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) victims who are quarantined in their homes have been urged to inform health personnel if they need food to be sent to their doorstep.

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IMU school in Batu Pahat

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SARS fund to help cover lost income

THE Courage Fund will provide financial help to self-employed people and those whose incomes are hit because of SARS.

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HK turns to herbal medicine

B>HONG KONG:/BDesperately searching for a sure-fire cure for SARS, Hong Kong's hospitals will allow the use of traditional Chinese medicine for the first time since World War II, the city's health authority said yesterday.

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Asean and partners to discuss killer virus

Asean and its #8220;Plus 3#8221; partners #8211; Japan, South Korea and China #8211; will meet in Putrajaya this weekend to discuss the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome affecting the region and ways to combat the threat of the killer virus.

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Government restricts docs to just one hospital

FROM yesterday, all private doctors must treat their patients in just one hospital, a restriction imposed by the Government in yet another move to contain the SARS virus.

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China's health system suffering

B>BEIJING:/BChina's health care system, already suffering from a shortage of funds and resources, is facing significant challenges in coping with SARS, experts warned yesterday.