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Plague  Lesson 1
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Lesson Self-Assessment

1) You work in a hospital in Santa Fe, New Mexico. You've seen a few people with pneumonic plague in your years there. You've called the health department about the case you're currently working up, but start hearing of a few more in your hospital and in other hospitals in the area.

When would you start worrying about bioterrorism?

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