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Unformatted text preview: necessary by the medical community, because a plague outbreak can disrupt the normal life of society, and the consequences can become fatally disastrous. The main issue and necessary containment to a plague outbreak is the isolation of the affected area, quarantine of infected individuals or the extermination of an infected animal population, and the proper delivery of antibiotics to individuals infected within 24 hours. The development of a safe and effective vaccine is a matter of time, due to the many restrictions imposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and its British counterpart; however the British Medical Community has the uperhand of a more relaxed set of rules imposed by the British Government. Respectfully,...
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