It is a remote possibility that one day in the future, there could be a biological and chemical terrorism attack. Ever since the 911 terror attacks against the U.S., the fears of a biological terror attack have been raised. It may only be a matter of time before a terrorist group gets its hands on a biological weapon and inflicts massive damage somewhere on the planet. The definition of bioterrorism is the purposeful dissemination or release of biological agents on an unsuspecting population. As a way of dealing with this potential threat, it is vital that countries develop their emergency management and preparedness plans for such worst case scenarios.
Here are resources for learning more about managing public health threats: