-- While the threat of catching anthrax may ..
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These are characterised by ulcers which have swellings around them which are generally painless but they have a black centre to the ulcers, this is what's - this is the most characteristic aspect of anthrax contamination via the skin.
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The third type is if you ingest, if you eat, a piece of contaminated meat then you have a gastrointestinal infection with anthrax, that's the rarest of all three.
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That simply isn't the case, the vast majority of people are just getting on with their lives and they're just thinking that, you know, the authorities are doing all that they can and also, to be utterly frank, that despite the very unfortunate death of one man - the photo editor in Florida - everybody else since then who has been tested and is undergoing treatment seems to be absolutely fine and the five other people who we definitely know have contracted anthrax - dozens more have tested positive for exposure to anthrax - but the five more that we know have actually contracted the disease all seem to be having a very good prognosis - they all look as if they're going to make a full recovery.
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Dr Desmond Ling, for example, in Dorchester here in Britain says: "Since anthrax spores can survive for decades what can you do in buildings in which they've been found, how long can it be before they can be declared safe to enter?"
Well they can do a number of different techniques to really sweep the building clean using like massive vacuum cleaners but what we know from the British experience on a Scottish island is that if it gets into soil it's very difficult to remove the contamination and then it can take decades to decontaminate.