Hong Kong Prison Homes Spur Virus Risk Decade After SARS

Hong Kong Prison Homes Spur Virus Risk Decade After SARS

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Masked commuters disembark from harbor ferry in Hong Kong on April 10, 2003. SARS infected 1,755 people in Hong Kong, killing 300, and caused economic losses totaling HK$3.8 billion ($490 million) in two months alone as tourist arrivals dwindled and businesses from restaurants to taxi cabs slumped.