How To Stop the U.S. From Using Wood for Military Bases
What would you do if your military bases were being destroyed by a new type of fungus that is spreading rapidly in the Pacific Northwest?
I’d probably start by setting up a quarantine zone around the affected area, as the spores can easily contaminate groundwater supplies.
That would make the situation much more difficult to deal with, and it could be a good idea to set up a food bank and shelter for the homeless as well.
The government should also consider building a new facility for military workers to live and work on a temporary basis, since this could be an effective tool to help keep them safe during a major pandemic.
The U.K. is preparing for a potential new pandemic as well, and many are now looking for a way to fight it without having to resort to quarantine zones.
That means establishing quarantine zones in cities where the virus has already been spreading, as well as limiting access to water sources, and ensuring people have adequate hygiene.
This is the first time I’ve seen such a proposal in the U, and the British government is likely to be forced to rethink its approach.
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