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    Cats need to be kept in an enclosure ...

    1)After a long discussion, we have reached a compromise. We came up with a solution that the cats need to be kept in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate the risk of cross contamination.
    2)The cats need to stay in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate public health problems/public health hazards.
    3)The cat need to be kept in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate public exposure to public health related hazards.


    Are the above sentences written correctly? Please advise.

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    Re: Cats need to be kept in an enclosure ...

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) After a long discussion, we have reached a compromise. We came up with the solution that the cats need to be kept in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate the potential risk of cross contamination.

    2) The cats need to stay in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate public any potential health issues. problems/public health hazards.

    3) The cats need to be kept in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate public exposure to public in compliance with the statutory health regulations. related hazards.
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    Last edited by teechar; 21-Mar-2017 at 12:11. Reason: added line breaks

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