HHS: Mail carriers could deliver drugs in an anthrax attack

10/2/2008 | Washington Post, The

Volunteer letter carriers could distribute antibiotics to safeguard people in case of an anthrax bioterrorism attack, HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt suggested. Volunteers would be escorted by police on deliveries and would receive advance supplies from the government in quantities large enough for themselves and their families, Leavitt said. The U.S. Postal Service and its unions back the initiative.

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