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Concerns Over Proposed Rule Changes For Preventing Spread of Infectious Diseases

To federal officials, it's a way to provide greater transparency and efficiency in the way the United States tries to prevent infectious diseases from spreading. To the folks at one nonprofit health organization, it's a "power grab" by the federal government that could eventually prohibit people who aren't vaccinated from getting on airplanes, trains, or ships. The object of this attention is an 88-page proposal by officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
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