SARS is a highly contagious ailment, whose indications closely resemble those of influenza. Some of the symptoms of SARS are chills, headaches, muscle pains, sore throat and high fever. As the disease continues, there is an onset of pneumonia, which can prove to be fatal. In this context, the World Health Organization had estimated that fifteen percent of the cases of SARS infection proved to be fatal. This disease has defied all attempts at a cure; moreover, there is no vaccine for this disease.
The SARS virus underwent a mutation, which enabled to cross the species barrier from animals to people.
SARS is a respiratory illness and the symptoms of this illness are fever when the virus infects the human body. Normally the temperature of the human….