An Israeli receives a smallpox vaccination in preparation for a potential biological attack from Iraq
JER2002090201 - TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 2 (UPI) - Ruti Zach, of the Israeli Health Ministry, inoculates an unidentified health worker with the smallpox vaccination at Tel HaShomer Hospital in Tel Aviv, on Sept. 2, 2002. An estimated 15,000 Israeli emergency and health workers are receiving vaccinations against smallpox in the first phase of preparation against a potential biological attack from Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. rlw/dh/Debbie Hill UPI.
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