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Plague  Lesson 6
 Public Health Issues

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  • If an event affects a large population (such as the result of an aerosolized agent), public health officials might establish large-scale prophylaxis clinics to distribute the appropriate antibiotics to the community using the Strategic National Stockpile. Notice of prophylaxis availability will be distributed through Health Alerts and media announcements.
  • There will be environmental sampling among animal populations going on at the same time as human interventions to assess the spread of the bacteria in the local environment.

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