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Resources for Bio-Terrorism Preparedness in Okeechobee County Florida

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Bio-Terrorism & Public Health

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American Biological Safety Association

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology

ATSDR - A Primer on Health Risk Communication Principles

Biological Agent List

Bio-Terrorism, Informed Consent and Scientific Method 

Bio-Terrorism as a Public Health Threat

CDC Epidemiology of Bio-Terrorism


Bio-Terrorism Preparedness: A Planning Primer for PH Agencies

CDC Public Health Preparedness & Response

CDC Smallpox Response Plan and Guidelines (Version 3.0)  

CDC: Symposium on Medical and Public Health Response to Bio-Terrorism

Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy

Center for the Study of Bio-Terrorism

Combating Terrorism Management of National Pharnaceutical Stockpile

Decontamination Guidelines Biologic Terrorism

DHHS Questions & Answers on Anthrax Prevention and Treatment

Epidemiologic Information on Bio-Terrorism: UCLA School of Public Health

Essential Services for Public Health

Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases - Epidemiology of Bio-Terrorism

MMWR - Bio-Terrorism Alleging Use of Anthrax, Management Guidelines

Morbidity & Mortality Weekly: Bio-Terrorism Compendium

Strategic National  Stockpile Reference Guide for Local Planners


NICHSR: Bio-Terrorism--Community Preparedness

Overview of Biological & Chemical Weapons: The Mayo Clinic

Potential Microbial Weapons

The Center For Law And The Public's Health

The Chemical and Biological Terrorism Threat and the US Response

The Threat of Biological Attack: Why Concern Now?

World Health Organization: Preparedness for Deliberate Epidemics

World Health Organization: Surveillance Guidelines



CDC Public Response Service:  Provides information to the public about biological and chemical terrorism including anthrax, smallpox, botulism and other biological and chemical agents.  Service is available for English and Spanish speakers and for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.   

Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 8am-11pm(ET) and Sat-Sun 10am-8pm(ET).

Toll free numbers: English 1-888-246-2675   Spanish 1-888-246-2875  TTY 1-866-874-2646

Email: cdcresponse@ashastd.org



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