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How can one get sars?

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Dr. William Walsh
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: Exposure

Exposure to the virus through inhalation or contact with contaminated fluids.
Generally most exposures are in endemic areas only, and there are no cases since 2004. Person to person contact can occur, as can animal to person (bat guano to human).

In brief: Exposure

Exposure to the virus through inhalation or contact with contaminated fluids.
Generally most exposures are in endemic areas only, and there are no cases since 2004. Person to person contact can occur, as can animal to person (bat guano to human).
Dr. William Walsh
Dr. William Walsh
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In brief: Respiratory droplets

Since 2004, there have not been any known cases of sars reported anywhere in the world.
Transmission of sars occurs through close interactions with infected persons. Infectious respiratory secretions are the most likely source of infection (cough/ sneezing). Fecal/oral transmission may have occurred. Contact with contaminated body substances, either directly or indirectly can lead to exposure.

In brief: Respiratory droplets

Since 2004, there have not been any known cases of sars reported anywhere in the world.
Transmission of sars occurs through close interactions with infected persons. Infectious respiratory secretions are the most likely source of infection (cough/ sneezing). Fecal/oral transmission may have occurred. Contact with contaminated body substances, either directly or indirectly can lead to exposure.
Dr. Ecaterina Sartina
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