Image: Passengers Wear Protective Masks Against Sars On Flight To Singapore
Passengers on board a flight to Singapore from Manila on April 24 wear masks in hopes of protecting themselves against SARS.

Scientists are still trying to learn more about SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome, and many questions about the illness remain unanswered. But some general guidelines are available for individuals concerned about the disease. Below is a list of Web sites offering information on SARS for everyone from health workers to travelers.

General Information

Travel and SARS

Public Health Departments

International Health Departments

U.S. Health Departments

Medical Information

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