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Topic - Jude Plessas
Despite being mired in the worst financial crisis in its history, the U.S. Postal Service has no plans to cut back on any of the bioterrorism preparedness measures that began in the wake of anthrax attacks through the U.S. mail system 10 years ago this month.
"When it comes to delivery, we're required to provide universal service and delivery to every address. If there's a consolidation in a particular city, that doesn't affect the way deliveries are taken care of," Mr. Plessas told Security Management.
Jude Plessas, countermeasures distribution and delivery manager at the Postal Service, said in a recent interview with Security Management, a trade publication, that the Postal Service's well-publicized money troubles won't impact plans being considered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to have mail carriers dispense antibiotics in case of a large-scale bioterror attack.