What is happening with Education Abroad Program students in the currently affected areas?
A. University of California EAP officials are closely monitoring the SARS situation. They have been in close contact with students already abroad, working with them to address individual concerns, and providing access to current information from the CDC. Students scheduled to leave for study abroad this summer or next fall will be notified in May if there is any change in program recommendations due to SARS, based upon the most current information available at that time. Q. Where do I go if I have questions about SARS? Where do I go if I may have been exposed and think I have symptoms of SARS? A. General information about SARS is available from the Tang Center and from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you think you have SARS symptoms (and have either had close contact with a SARS patient or have recently traveled to affected areas), contact your health care provider for advice and recommendations for evaluation. If you are a patient at University Health Services (Tang