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current upper limit of 10 days. The consensus of the participants was that the 10-day incubation period was correct but that epidemiologists needed to further study few cases that exceeded that limit. Information at the meeting affirmed that the principal way of spread of SARS is by droplets dispersed in coughs and sneezes among people with close contact with an infected individual. Some evidence suggested that contaminated feces and urine could contribute to the spread of SARS if they became dispersed in droplets in the air. But that route is not a major means of spreading SARS, Dr. Ryan said by telephone in a news conference after the meeting in Geneva. The W.H.O. has received wide praise for organizing teams of laboratory scientists, epidemiologists and health officials from around the world immediately after it declared SARS a global health risk on March 12. The teams quickly identified the virus that W.H.O. believes causes SARS and the ways it can be spread. Yesterday, the agency added China's Hebei Province to the agency's list of places to which people without urgent business should avoid traveling. The other areas are Taiwan, Hong Kong and the following areas in China: Beijing, Tianjin, Inner Mongolia and Shanxi and Guangdong Provinces.
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