11 medical staff including Dongqingmen Hospital including Liu Qingquan Taiwan Taipei hotel .

11 medical staff including Dongqingmen Hospital including Liu Qingquan Taiwan Taipei hotel . director of the emergency department, were all infected with SARS. Among them, the emergency doctor Duan Lijun and a nurse were killed. Because of his advanced age, Li Mou was too sick and died on March 20. On March 20, 2003, the World Health Organization announced that only half of the employees in the hospitals in Vietnam and Hong Kong were working normally. The organization also warned medical staff that there is a risk of contracting the Taiwan Taipei hotel disease if they come into direct contact with patients without protective measures. On March 25, 2003, Ye Xin, head nurse of the emergency department of the Ersha Island Branch of the Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, died of SARS and became the first medical worker to die, causing great shock. On March 27, 2003, the Hong Kong government announced that it is forbidden to visit SARS patients. Those who have Taiwan Taipei hotel had close contact with SARS patients must report to the designated clinic of the Department of Health every day within 10 days and begin to implement quarantine declaration measures at all immigration control points. On March 27th, primary and secondary schools and kindergartens were closed. On March 31, 2003, the Hong Kong government isolated an apartment (Block E) in Amoy Taiwan Taipei hotel Gardens. More than 100 people have been infected in the apartment. The residents of the apartment were later transferred to a resort center, and the authorities fully disinfected the apartment. The authorities believe that the spread of the disease is mainly related to the design of the house structure. When a patient in ward 8A visited Block E, after using the toilet in the unit, it was allegedly likely to spread through excrement or wastewater. This incident also made people worry about whether the virus might be spread through the air, but the WHO later Taiwan Taipei hotel denied this possibility. On March 31, 2003, China launched the “Atypical Pneumonia Prevention and Treatment Technical Plan” and published it on the Internet that day. The etiology of atypical pneumonia is currently unclear, but a technical plan for prevention and treatment has been formulated based on the summary of the prevention and treatment work in the pre-stage. On March 31, 2003, Professor Hong Tao, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said that the Taiwan Taipei hotel causative agent of atypical pneumonia has been successfully isolated, and it is likely to be a new variant of chlamydia. On March 25, 2003, the US Centers for Disease Control and the Department of Microbiology of the University of Hong Kong had announced that the SARS pathogen was a “coronavirus” from pigs, but it did not attract the attention of researchers in Beijing. Until April 16, the World Health Organization announced in Geneva that a variant of coronavirus is the causative agent of atypical pneumonia. On April 1, 2003, the US government recalled all non-essential diplomats and their families in Hong Kong and Guangdong. The US government also warns American citizens not to visit Guangdong or Hong Kong unless necessary. https://www.sherwood.com.tw/en/About