Victims may display symptoms of nausea convulsions disorientation or patterns

Victims may display symptoms of nausea convulsions

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found in domesticated as well as wild animals such as goats, sheep, cattle, horses, and swine. Victims may display symptoms of nausea, convulsions, disorientation, or patterns of illness inconsistent with natural disease. They may also exhibit infections caused by a number of viruses, bacteria, or parasites. They may also exhibit difficulty breathing due to exposure to mold organic dusts such as flour dust, enzymes and mites.
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Comment: Excellent and detailed. Question 2 of 520.0/ 20.0 PointsOne of the Week 6 readings is "Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina". How do these lessons from a natural disaster compare to those learned from the other incidents about which you have read in this course?
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