"One of the most important public health issues our Nation and the world faces is the threat of a global disease outbreak called a pandemic. It is therefore important that adequate planning take place before any pandemic occurs. The ubiquitous nature of an influenza pandemic compels Federal, State and local governments, communities (including schools), corporations, families and individuals to learn about, prevent, prepare for, and collaborate in efforts to slow, respond to, mitigate, and recover from a potential pandemic. The development, refinement, and exercise of pandemic influenza plans by all stakeholders are critical components of preparedness."
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