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Health sector unprepared for bio attack

Slovak state health officials have said that the sector is unprepared for any major biological weapons attacks. A spokesman for the ministry was quoted in the daily Pravda as saying that health care centres were able to only monitor and diagnose cases in smaller outbreaks of germ warfare, not large scale attacks.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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