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Volume 10, Number 2—February 2004
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2004 SARS Edition

SARS Epidemiology

SARS Outbreak, Taiwan, 2003

Ying-Hen Hsieh*Comments to Author , Cathy W.S. Chen†, and Sze-Bi Hsu‡
Author affiliations: *National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan; †Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan; ‡National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

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A, number of hospitalized suspected case-patients (Hn) computed from the model compared with real data from May 5 to June 4, 2003. B, number of reported probable case-patients (In) computed from the model compared with real data from May 5 to June 4. C, cumulative number of deaths due to severe acute respiratory syndrome (Dn) computed from the model compared with real data from May 5 to June 4.

Figure 3. . . A, number of hospitalized suspected case-patients (Hn) computed from the model compared with real data from May 5 to June 4, 2003. B, number of reported probable case-patients (In) computed from the model compared with real data from May 5 to June 4. C, cumulative number of deaths due to severe acute respiratory syndrome (Dn) computed from the model compared with real data from May 5 to June 4.

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