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CDC Warns of ‘Imminent’ Anthrax Attack As FDA Approves Big Pharma Anthrax Vaccine

The CDC has warned that the U.S. faces an “imminent” anthrax bioterrorist attack, just days after the FDA approved a Big Pharma anthrax vaccine. The CDC updated its website to warn that anthrax is likely to be used in the next terrorist attack against the United States:

“If a bioterrorist attack were to happen, Bacillus anthracis, the bacteria that causes anthrax, would be one of the biological agents most likely to be used.”

“Anthrax makes a good weapon because it can be released quietly and without anyone knowing,” the CDC’s warning continues.

“The microscopic spores could be put into powders, sprays, food, and water.

“Because they are so small, you may not be able to see, smell, or taste them.”

The CDC warning comes after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new anthrax vaccine one week ago.

The FDA recently approved Emergent BioSolution’s new anthrax vaccine for all adults in the United States.

Slaynews.com reports: Cyfendus was approved by the FDA for use for any confirmed or suspected exposure to anthrax but must be administered with antibacterial drugs.

Per The CDC:

If A bioterrorist attack were to happen, Bacillus anthracis, the bacteria that causes anthrax, would be one of the biological agents most likely to be used.

Biological agents are germs that can sicken or kill people, livestock, or crops.

Anthrax is one of the most likely agents to be used because Anthrax spores are easily found in nature, can be produced in a lab, and can last for a long time in the environment.

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Anthrax makes a good weapon because it can be released quietly and without anyone knowing.

The microscopic spores could be put into powders, sprays, food, and water. Because they are so small, you may not be able to see, smell, or taste them.

Anthrax has been used as a weapon before.

Anthrax has been used as a weapon around the world for nearly a century. In 2001, powdered anthrax spores were deliberately put into letters that were mailed through the U.S. postal system.

Twenty-two people, including 12 mail handlers, got anthrax, and five of these 22 people died.

The news comes as Anthrax cases among livestock in the US have seen a spike in recent months.

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