Nearly $6-Million is coming to the State, mostly to help local communities prepare for a bioterrorist attack. The money comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And, the Missouri Health Department’s Pam Walker says there’s a reason 40-percent of the money goesdirectly to local public health clinics. The money will pay for both personnel and equipment. It also will pay for health care workers to be vaccinated against smallpox, a virus known to be attractive to terrorists. Walker says a lot of work has been done over the past year to get all 114counties to outline how they would respond to a terrorist attack.