Building Safeguards Building managers are protecting their employees from what they predict might be the next version of anthrax attacks: anthrax spores in ventilation systems. Some government, media and other office buildings are upgrading their ventilation systems, installing filtered "safe havens," and taking other concrete steps. NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports.
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Building managers are protecting their employees from what they predict might be the next version of anthrax attacks: anthrax spores in ventilation systems. Some government, media and other office buildings are upgrading their ventilation systems, installing filtered "safe havens," and taking other concrete steps. NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports.