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Tests for anthrax were still being administered today to postal workers and others at various locations. Two postal workers remain in serious condition in a Washington, D.C., area hospital and two others were hospitalized in New Jersey with confirmed infections, but White House mail handlers tested so far have shown no signs of exposure to anthrax. The postmaster general announced that the postal service would soon begin irradiating mail to ensure its safety. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.

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