SHANGHAI, April 25 (Reuters) - The World Health Organisation dismissed on Friday speculation Shanghai was covering up a spread of the deadly flu-like SARS virus, but warned of a future outbreak that could strain a thinly stretched healthcare system. WHO officials wrapped up a five-day visit to China's commercial hub saying they expected suspected cases of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome to spike after the city adopted a wider classification method on April 22. But the agency affirmed ...
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