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Postal Facility Gets Anthrax Detecting Equipment

There’s a new way to protect Marylanders from the threat of bioterrorism. The Capital Heights mail facility in Prince George’s County is now adding a biohazard detection system to its sorting machines. The equipment can detect anthrax by capturing and sampling the air. The postal service says there’s no specific threat, and that they just want to maintain the safety of workers and the mail. Full Story

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