Travel advisories about SARS from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not changed materially in the past week, but new cases of the disease continue to be reported in China and elsewhere. In China, the disease has spread outside of Guangdong Province and Beijing to provinces where the medical system is less advanced, including Fujian, Inner Mongolia and Shanxi, suggesting that a wider spread may develop. First cases have been reported in Indonesia, the Philippines and Sweden. A total of 22 countries have now reported suspected SARS cases.