What happens if a biological agent gets released and the public becomes infected?  How fast can the needed medications get to the general public?  Those questions and more will be answered as the St. Clair County Health Department takes part in a test for just such a scenario.  The test is set for Wednesday at Port Huron High School, with the county's Diane Forys telling us the test is part of a regional exercise that includes public participation. If you'd like to take part, just show up at Port Huron High School between 1 and 3pm.  Those still in line at 3pm will be processed.  No actual medications will be given out, but rather a bag of candy standing in for the medications. The test actually begins today with various events that lead to the hand outs Wednesday.

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