Anthrax is defined as a Category A agent by the Centers for Disease Control, meaning that it poses the greatest possible threat for a bad effect on public health, it may spread across a large area, and anthrax threats require a great deal of planning to protect the public’s health. There are three types of ways to contract anthrax–through the skin, through the lungs (inhalation), and through digestive (gastrointestinal). Gastrointestinal and inhalation anthrax are very serious and can pose a significant health risk.
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