Update on public health precautions related to orange threat level: Part 2
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Update on public health precautions related to orange threat level: Part 2

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      Wednesday, December 31, 2003, 18:50 EST (06:50 PM EST)


      Public Health Information and Resources for a Possible Chemical Emergency)

      In preparation for any possible public health emergency related to the current orange (high) threat level, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is disseminating a series of notices on potential hazards. This is the second in a series of four updates. This message focuses on possible chemical threats.

      During an orange (high) alert public health agencies and clinicians should be prepared to respond to a terrorist event involving chemical agents. Local and state public health and environmental health officials would be the first called upon to respond to protect the public's health.

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