Anthrax Threats

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NPR's Brian Naylor reports authorities are preparing to treat all postal employees who came in contact with mail from a handling center that serve the entire Washington, D.C. area. Officials confirmed that two D.C. postal workers who died did have anthrax. Two more D.C. postal workers and one in New Jersey are being treated for inhalation anthrax. And at a screening facility that handles mail for the White House, anthrax bacteria has been detected.



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