| SARS |
(virus, biological weapon?)
|A corona virus first that killed at least 774 people in 2003, and has since broken out of laboratories 6 times.|
SARS is most infectious in severely ill patients, which usually occurs during the second week of the illness. This delayed infectious period meant that quarantine was highly effective; people who were isolated before day five of their illness rarely transmitted the disease to others.
"The 2003 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome outbreak spread to 29 countries, causing more than 8,000 infections and at least 774 deaths."
|Document:Logistical and Technical Exploration into the Origins of the COVID-19 virus||report||31 January 2020||Jonathan Jay Couey||Report of a thorough investigation into the origins of the virus that caused the pandemic.|