Assessing US Readiness For Biological Threats
The COVID-19 pandemic caught everyone off guard when it swept across the world two years ago, and the loss of life has been tragic and overwhelming. As of Friday morning, Johns Hopkins University says more than 6.2 million people around the world have died of COVID, with just shy of a million dying here in the United States. The pandemic, as well as Russia's invasion in Ukraine raises a question. How well would the US respond to a biological attack should one be launched against us? Would we be ready? National Security Correspondent Caitlin Burke reported on this for CBN News this week, and she joined The Daily Rundown to discuss her story.