- Wrong Object Class. Unless there are still wild/uncontained specimens of this thing, it's Safe.
- Excessive Titanium. Titanium is useful only if something needs to be light and strong, or resistant to corrosion. This SCP is a virus. I don't see why samples can't be kept frozen in test tubes- even if one breaks, the virus is locked up in a matrix of ice, and is therefore unlikely to spread. Especially if containment follows BSL-4 specifications.
- Telekill containment. Wow, this is an oldie. Anyway, SCP-148's article specifically states that it can't come into contact with anything that can affect minds or have some form of ESP. Even if it's under steel, you're still violating its procedures by removing it from whete it's supposed to be stored. So, uh, lining a room with it to prevent ESP communication is a no-no.
- Expunged Procedures. Simply put, except for site designations, do not censor anything in the Procedures. They are vital for containment, and censoring them is just begging for a breach.
- Bothering the O5s. Simply put, unless the test has a good chance to end the world in some sort of K-class scenario, the O5s are too busy running the Foundation to personally approve or deny testing on SCPs. It's like asking the CEO of a massive international conglomerate to personally approve every budget request or change by every department at every location.
First, I think the SCP is better off without the 90% rate of suicide or catotonia part. It seems like you're adding it in just to make it dangerous. Artificially boosting your SCP's danger like that rarely works.
Right now, the SCP lacks real weight to it, though I suspect that it might be taken care of when you finish the interview. It seems to me that the interview will make or break this thing.