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Volume 10, Number 7—July 2004

Perspective

Environmental and Occupational Health Response to SARS, Taiwan, 2003

Eric J. Esswein*Comments to Author , Max Kiefer†, Ken Wallingford‡, Greg Burr‡, Lukas Jyhun-Hsiarn Lee§, Jung-Der Wang¶, Shun Chih Wang#, and Ih-Jen Su**
Author affiliations: *National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Denver, Colorado, USA; †NIOSH, Atlanta Field Office, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ‡NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; §Department of Health, Taipei, Taiwan; ¶National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; #Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Taipei, Taiwan; and; **Taiwan Center for Disease Control, Taipei, Taiwan

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A Center for Disease Control Taiwan investigator is screened for fever before entering a healthcare facility in Kaohsiung. Photograph courtesy of Lukas Lee.

Figure 4. A Center for Disease Control Taiwan investigator is screened for fever before entering a healthcare facility in Kaohsiung. Photograph courtesy of Lukas Lee.

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