Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

Respiratory Virus

Governmemt Role

  1. Governments keep tabs on SARS outbreaks, take appropriate action, and educate the public of their findings.
  2. Guidelines for public health and travel warnings are only two examples of the policies and laws that governments develop and follow to stop the spread of SARS.
  3. International collaboration and readiness: Governments plan ahead and collaborate with other nations and organisations to successfully combat SARS epidemics. This includes doing research, pooling resources, and following emergency procedures.


goverment roles

regulations    lockdown