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Title: Mandatory temperature monitoring in schools during SARS
Authors: Chng, S.Y.
Chia, F.
Leong, K.K.
Kwang, Y.P.
Ma, S.
Lee, B.W. 
Vaithinathan, R.
Tan, C.C. 
Issue Date: Aug-2004
Citation: Chng, S.Y., Chia, F., Leong, K.K., Kwang, Y.P., Ma, S., Lee, B.W., Vaithinathan, R., Tan, C.C. (2004-08). Mandatory temperature monitoring in schools during SARS. Archives of Disease in Childhood 89 (8) : 738-739. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: During the SARS outbreak, temperature monitoring was mandatory for all Singapore schoolchildren. None of the Singapore children with SARS were detected through school temperature screening. However, temperature monitoring procedures have a powerful psychological effect of reassuring parents and the public that schools are safe during a SARS outbreak.
Source Title: Archives of Disease in Childhood
ISSN: 00039888
DOI: 10.1136/adc.2003.047084
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