The sad ting is that there ARE better protocols in place. There is better equipment
on hand, and major cities and hospitals have in fact practiced with it.
In cities like NY, where the #1 "We don't talk about this" worry is a dirty bomb, there have been CBN drills with full hazmat gear
. Routine decontamination includes heavy spray-downs by teams--not a guy with a bug sprayer--or trips under multiple showerheads in a "tunnel" that sluices down water
from all sides and angles.
is there. The people who have actually used it are there. AFAIK it is always set up outdoors, not inside a building, since all that contaminated water
has to drain someplace.
The disturbing thing is, none of that equipment
and expertise is being deployed and used. Yet. Maybe that's the right choice, given how easily people would panic at the sight of it.