Dangerous and Deadly, Anthrax Was Used as a Bioterrorism Weapon, Reaping Dozens of Victims!

BONSERNEWS.com – The anthrax disease that hit Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta, has a frightening history. It turns out that anthrax bacteria have been used as a bioterrorism weapon for almost hundreds of years.

One country that has experienced an anthrax attack is the United States in 2001.

It was this event that led US authorities to work for years with health departments around the country to plan and prepare for anthrax attacks.

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If another anthrax terror attack occurs in the United States, the CDC and other federal agencies will work with local and state partners to coordinate response.

How did the anthrax bioterrorism terror incident occur? Check out the review below!

Anthrax as a bioterrorism weapon

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If a bioterrorist attack were to occur, Bacillus anthracis, the bacterium that causes anthrax, would be one of the most likely biological agents to be used.

Biological agents are germs that can make or kill people, livestock or plants. Anthrax is one of the agents most likely to be used because:
– Anthrax spores are easy to find in nature, can be produced in the laboratory, and can last a long time in the environment.
– Anthrax makes a good weapon because it can be released silently and without anyone knowing.
– Microscopic spores can be introduced into powders, sprays, food and water. Due to their very small size, you may not be able to see, smell or taste them.

Anthrax has been used as a weapon for decades
Anthrax or anthrax has been used as a weapon around the world for nearly a century.

One country that has experienced anthrax attacks is the United States.

Letters that have been spiked with anthrax spores

Letters that have been spiked with anthrax spores (Bonsernews.com/Netflix)

Prior to 2001, the last reported case of inhalation anthrax in the United States was in 1976.

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