Moscow deaths double to an average of 700 per day - 08/09/2010
Deaths in Moscow have doubled to an average of 700 people a day as the Russian capital is engulfed by poisonous smog from wildfires and a sweltering heat wave, a top health official said Monday.
Centers for Disease Control Bio-Terrorism The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has identified particular viruses as high-priority agents for bio-terrorism because they include organisms that pose a risk to national security. These "Category A" high-priority biological diseases include: Anthrax, Botulism, Plague, Smallpox, Tularemia, and Viral Hemorrhagic Fever. 2 Contact Hours View tip
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