ANTHRAX DETECTED IN PAKISTAN KILLING 26 CATTLE HEADS

 

New cases of Anthrax have been confirmed in Pakistan, according to a report.

Anthrax, sensationalized for being used as a biological weapon, killed at least 26 cattle heads bringing concern to locals in two mountainous subdivisions in Mamond and Salarzai tehsils of Bajaur Agency.

Panic and fear are felt among the concerned citizens prompting the local government units to make sure that the Anthrax outbreak will be immediately controlled.

 

Anthrax or Bacillus anthracis can be found in nature but can also be made in the laboratory.

If not controlled, a massive effect on agricultural workers manning the cattle could unfortunately be expected.

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