Biohazard laboratory.

Link>Pathogen.
Biohazardous Waste– refers to waste (e.g. body fluids or tissues) which has the risk of carrying human pathogens.  Biohazardous Waste is usually generated at health care facilities or research facilities, and the term is used interchangeably with Medical Waste.
It’s is not health care facilities. It’s school for the deaf children. So then are they using one of the rooms in the basement of the main building as a research facilitiesLink> Do You Live Near a High Containment Biohazard Laboratory?
Look at the blue dot in the middle of the pink USA map of high containment biological facilities in the world.
Regular map of USA with the red dot and the name of city and state where the school for the deaf is at.
Is it in the same area?

Well! Well! Well! YEOW!

of >1946  I am kinda feeling not good? I am freaking about whatever was behind the locked door was not successfully contained and I got whatever Pathogen ? <Link.

Like the book by Stephen King, The Stand?

At a remote U.S. Army base, a weaponized strain of influenza, officially known as Project Blue and nicknamed “Captain Trips”, is accidentally released. Despite an effort to put the base under lockdown, a security malfunction allows a soldier, Charles Campion, to escape with his family. By the time the military tracks Campion to Texas, he has already died of the illness and triggered a pandemic of apocalyptic proportions which eventually kills off 99.4% of the world’s human population.

The part where the worker escaped the army base before it was locked down and he was with his family who was all dead in the car and he said, “The center did not hold.” I am thinking, the locked door in the basement did not hold!

I am kinda expecting these people to come breaking down the door to my unit!

Pathogen.

Yesterday during my class reunion, I took off by myself to explore my former school.
Went to the main building.
Went all the way upstairs to the 4 th floor, the area not touched by remodeling. Exactly the same when it was 1st built 100 years ago.
Got in the attic. Fantastic! On the downlow, you know, tee hee!
Then onward to the basement.
Disturbing!
First I saw something that looks like a cage with a lock. Then all of a sudden I remembered the story how the houseparents would put one of the student in it but I thought it was just a story, you know. No such thing as a cage but nope, there it is! So the story was real!
Then I walked farther into the hallway of the basement and came upon a locked door with the label on it.
With the warning, Caution biohazard.
When I came home today, I googled the word. The word was

pathogen is a biological agent that causes disease or illness to its host. The term is most often used for agents that disrupt the normal physiology of a multicellular animal or plant. However, pathogens can infect unicellular organisms from all of the biological kingdoms.
Huh?
Sup with that? What does it mean?
In the basement of the dormitory where the students live? Where there’s a dining hall for the students to eat?
I would very much like to know what you all’s thoughts are?