Biothreats-Bacterial Warfare Agents

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Abstract

Terrorism refers to the use or threat of force or violence against people or their property. The challenges of countering biological threats faced by the international community in the twenty-first century are broader and deeper in purpose the incidents connected with this series of events reveals certain important challenges and obstacles for the coordination and communication of public and private sector emergency responses to the possible terrorist bioweapon attacks. They do not only refer potential threat of States developing biological weapons but also to prevent the pathogens released into the environment and the accidental infection to the laboratory workers.

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R, A. K., & T, N. (2012). Biothreats-Bacterial Warfare Agents. Journal of Bioterrorism & Biodefense, 02(03). https://doi.org/10.4172/2157-2526.1000112

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