SARS symptoms start off pretty normal. With a medium to high temperature of around 100.4 degrees fahrenheit. Headaches, sore throat, loss of appetite, confusion, rashes night chills/sweats and just an overall feeling of discomfort. In many cases patients have been known to have diarrhea. Once the infection has settled in about 2-7 days later the patient will develop pneumonia, a lung inflammation where the infection will fill the lungs will become full of pus. Normally in boths lungs. Next will come breathing issues within the 7-10 window. How to contract SARS:The main way to contract SARS is by being within 2-4 feet of someone who has it. Coughs, sneezing, and face-to-face contact are some things to look out for. SARS can also be contracted by touching surfaces with respiratory droplets then touching your eyes, mouth, or nose. Researchers have reason to believe this can be spread through air but there is no solid proof yet. Another factor to look out for is out of country travel where know cases have been reported.