Trump Administration Developing Comprehensive Plan Against Disease Outbreaks, Biological Attacks, Homeland Security Adviser Says

Reuters: White House developing comprehensive biosecurity strategy: official
“The Trump administration is developing the first comprehensive strategy to defend the United States against disease pandemics and biological attacks by terrorists, the top White House homeland security official said on Thursday. … The effort involves retired Admiral Tim Ziemer, who oversaw the Obama administration’s initiative to fight malaria in Africa, and the White House hopes to publish the new strategy ‘as soon as we can,’ said [White House Homeland Security Adviser Thomas] Bossert, who provided no further details…” (Landay, 7/20).

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