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A rapid public health response was credited with keeping a “massive” anthrax outbreak at a national park in Namibia from spilling over to infect humans or livestock, according to a report published today in Emerging Infectious Diseases.“Human anthrax cases are known to be associated with outbreaks in animals,” Caitlin M. Cossaboom, DVM, PhD, MPH, an Epidemic Intelligence A rapid public health response was credited with keeping a “massive” anthrax outbreak at a national park in Namibia from spilling over to infect humans or livestock, according to a report published today in Emerging Infectious Diseases.“Human anthrax cases are known to be associated with outbreaks in animals,” Caitlin M. Cossaboom, DVM, PhD, MPH, an Epidemic Intelligence

Swift response kept humans safe during ‘massive’ anthrax outbreak in wildlife