posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 06:22 AM
WASHINGTON — The Postal Service is ready to deliver lifesaving drugs to about a quarter of the residents of Minneapolis-St. Paul, the only
metropolitan area in the nation where letter carriers have been trained to dispense medication after a large-scale terrorist attack involving
Six years after the government began exploring the idea of using postal workers as rapid-response medicine dispensers and eight months after President
Obama ordered government agencies to develop a plan to do so, efforts are underway in six cities to train workers to deliver the drugs needed to
counter anthrax or other potentially deadly agents, the White House says.
The White House won’t name the six cities, and Department of Homeland Security spokeswoman Amy Kudwa says she can’t talk about whether more cities
are interested in the voluntary program.
Why not name the six cities that have being giving the medication?
Does this sound a bit fishy as they say?
lots more at aftermath news.com
by way of Mimi Hall of usa today.
just wondering what you guys think?
could this be because like another threat like in 2001 where two postal workers died in brentwood washington or could it be something bigger??