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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

Number of Probable and Suspected Cases in NYC

Numbers of probable and suspected cases are expected to fluctuate as additional information becomes available.

Hospitalization Status of Probable* SARS Cases in NYC
Patient AgeGenderHospitalization StatusTravel History to
to an Area with Documented or Suspected Community Transmission?**
40 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
1 yearMNot hospitalizedyes
49 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
Hospitalization Status of Suspected* SARS Cases in NYC
Patient AgeGenderHospitalization StatusTravel History to to an Area with Documented or Suspected Community Transmission?**
67 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
27 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
7 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
27 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
91 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
1 yearMNot hospitalizedyes
4 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
46 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
29 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
41 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
2 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
29 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
29 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
39 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
53 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
4 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
19 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
22 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
50 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
35 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
22 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes
8 monthsFNot hospitalizedyes
36 yearsMNot hospitalizedyes
29 yearsFNot hospitalizedyes

Total number of probable and suspected SARS cases in NYC: 27