Lecturer Enaam Enad, assistant teacher in the Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques at Al-Noor University College, gave a lecture within the seminar program entitled (Anthrax), Which is considered a serious communicable disease that results from a type of gram-positive bacillus bacteria known as anthrax bacilli. The disease is a common disease that is transmitted from infected animals to humans through people coming into contact with infected animals or consuming infected products and meat, and it can lead to severe infection in humans. 
Anthrax can enter the human body through the esophagus (ingestion), lungs (inhalation), or skin (touch) and causes different clinical symptoms depending on the place of its entry. The infected person is generally placed under quarantine. However, anthrax does not usually spread from an infected person to an uninfected person.