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Summaries appear below. – USA Today: While the United States ‘ $ 20 billion thrown the problem since 2001, the nation’s health care system remains unprepared for a bioterrorist attack, respond to a USA Today editorial. The federal government has large amounts of antibiotics heap , but no city has a workable plan to provide the public fast enough, says the editorial. It must be distribution sites, workers trained to dispense medications or vaccines, provide the police order, and if people are quarantined, a system for drugs to deliver houses, the editorial states, adding that other weaknesses the system are inadequate vaccine stockpiles and unvaccinated health care workers.

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