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That’s because it’s been done by growing a virus in cells from other species and waiting for a weaker strain to appear by chance.
The Atlantic’s subscriber base is growing at a moment when its advertising and events businesses, like most every media company’s, are under strain.
Most cytomegaloviruses don’t cause disease, and each strain has evolved to infect only one species, so the risk of a cytomegalovirus vaccine jumping between species is very low.
We’re home to a strain of “innocent optimism,” the Post insisted.
American and global health authorities pick the flu strains to target, drugmakers manufacture the shots, and they’re given by workplaces, schools, drugstores, local public-health departments, physicians and hospitals.
The vaccine, known as BCG or bacillus Calmette-Guérin, is composed of a weakened strain of Mycobacterium bovis, a bacterium that infects cattle and is closely related to Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
This is expected to create additional strain on testing for underserved communities as state or county-sponsored public sites and labs further limit testing access.
That makes pigs not only susceptible to swine-specific flu strains but also to flu viruses from birds and humans.
It takes a little bit of the strain off of the supply chain for grocery retail.
They are trying to slow the surge in new cases and lessen the strain on hospitals.

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