On behalf of our government, I wish to personally thank you for complying with the National Genetic Directive in a timely fashion over the past few years. In analyzing your submission, one or more anomalies inconsistent with what is normally found in healthy men and women of your age were found. While it is entirely possible that this is due to an error on our behalf, you may be at serious risk of a fatal disease, susceptible to particular chemical agents, a danger to those around you, or possibly something far worse. In order to properly diagnose whether a condition exists, you are required to come to one of our field offices to undergo additional tests.
The nearest office to your home is in Hartford, CT. We must see you as soon as possible, therefore your test date is two weeks from today, 12/20/2011 at 11am. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience of this occurring during the holiday season, but in accordance with the NGD any and all vacation plans must be postponed, and I ask that you be prompt. While I can understand your frustration with this, I will remind you that an absence on this date short of being admitted into another medical facility will result in full legal prosecution, as you could potentially be a national threat. Feel free to drive, take a train, or fly into nearby Bradley International Airport. According to your distance from our offices, you will find an appropriate transportation voucher included with this letter.
Remember that participating in these additional tests is a civic duty and as such, your employers are prohibited from disciplining you. Paperwork has already been sent to alert them of your absence.
To assist us in double checking our record, please verify that the following information is correct:
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Thank you and God bless America, Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Administrator, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry