This paper describes in detail the ability of the community being prepared to recognize a biological event if it occurred and if it is in the position of detecting it. Moreover, it tends to analyze weather measures for detecting biological response have been put in practice by the community or not. The current community is in the position of recognizing a biological response if it were to happen. The ability of the community being able to recognize a biological event has assisted the community to live without any doubt concerning their safety. This has been possible whereby the community has been given facts about what to expect following a major biological incident in terms of immediate services. They have been told about their responsibility for mitigation and preparedness of any sort of biological accident. In the event of this, the community has been trained with life-saving skills with emphasis on decision making and doing the greatest number of people (Rilov & Crooks, 2009). Moreover, teams have been organized to assist an extension of first responder services offering immediate help to the affected victims. Thus, in the age of biological response, the community has mechanisms that can be used to detect biological incidences that are concerned with diseases, bombs and international terrorism.
The mechanisms that are used by the community to detect biological responses have been practiced in different communities. These mechanisms have assisted the community to be in the position of countering any accidents. The ability of practicing the mechanisms has motivated the community to be in the position of being secure hence contributing to the development of the nation. These practices have discouraged the people who introduce the biological responses to hold back hence showing a sign of surrender (Simon, 2007). Therefore, this paper shows the results that have been put in place in order to detect biological responses and the mechanisms that have been used to avoid these incidences in the community.
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