Nrn anthrax warning to FBI and department of agriculture
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today issued a warning to the public that anthrax should be “exercise caution” when handling, handling, transporting, storing or processing waste.
The public warning comes on the heels of the Department of Health and Human Services warning regarding the potential 제주출장마사지 제주출장안마transfer of anthrax from the U.S. stockpile to overseas soil where it could easily make its way to the U.S.
USDA issued a statement on Monday saying it continues to support the department’s ongoing work with other federal government agencies to ensure that federal employees are safe from anthrax exposure.
“USDA’s ongoing efforts to reduce the risk of the anthrax mailings to its employees and employees of the public include the ongoing analysis of potential pathways to an anthrax-infected shipment of materials which will be shipped to soil, including testing with equipment at the request of local federal and state officials,” the USDA statement read.
Agency spokesman Andrew Wildmon said that despi인터넷 카지노te the fact that anthrax has been in contact with the US and Canada, and has been isolated, the Department of Agriculture has “no reason to believe that an anthrax shipment has reached soil, including soil testing and soil preparation.”
The USDA also said, “We believe there are no significant risks to the public or the environment from receiving the U.S. anthrax letters and mailings.”
Read the USDA statement above.
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