SARS in the headlines
CBC News Online | April 25, 2003
Empty shops, quiet streets, hotels with high vacancy rates welcome to Toronto, international SARS pariah
BBC News online, April 24, 2003.
Ulster's Toronto exiles slam hysteria
Belfast Telegraph, April 25, 2003.
Canadians bringing SARS to Arkansas?
"There's a warning not to head north, but do you have any idea how many Canadians head south Right here to Arkansas?"
KARK-TV (NBC) Little Rock, Arkansas, April 24, 2003.
One family went on holiday and made Toronto a global pariah
"WHO warns travellers not to visit Canada's largest city in shock move that indicates SARS is on threshold of becoming a global epidemic."
The Independent (London, U.K.), April 23, 2003.
DON'T GO TO TORONTO WARN SARS EXPERTS
The Daily Mirror, U.K., April 24, 2003.
City girl skips Toronto trip due to SARS worries
Cambridge (Ont.) Reporter, April 25.
Toronto feeling sick over SARS travel warning
"This city and much of Canada reacted with shock, outrage and fear yesterday to the scarlet letter hung on it by the World Health Organization."
Philadelphia Inquirer, April 25, 2003.
Where's Rudy Giuliani when you need him?
"Yesterday, the World Health Organization clapped the city of Toronto into quarantine. SARS became Toronto's 9/11, the worst crisis in its history."
Globe and Mail column, April 24, 2003.
Student Toronto trips cancelled: Avoid Hogtown, trustees recommend
Winnipeg Sun, April 25, 2003.