Gennadiy N. Lepeshkin: It's hard to say. Those data aren't publicized. But well.. in the case which... no, first of all, Philips has
done a lot of... there's an American scientist, Phillips, who has described a large number of cases of infections which occurred in laboratories, upwards of fourteen hundred and fifty. So... well, scientists in this country don't have such data, they are virtually unavailable in print. But there are sometimes cases, that, so... a female lab assistant died, for example, in Novosibirsk, in Koltsovo, due to mistakes she made in her work. A scientists died, Ustinov was his name, same thing, due to breaches in safety procedures.
And there was an incident in Sverdlovsk, when...
there was... a mass infection with anthrax spores took place and people were affected by that.
Accounts say that some... well... about one hundred cases... around one hundred cases of people who became diseased and died.