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If the coronavirus mutated to 30 different strains, how many vaccines would need to be produced?
It is too soon to know if different strains of COVID-19 would behave like influenza, which is fought with multiple vaccines that change every year. COVID-19 vaccine development is based on the idea that vaccines would be effective against different strains.
Answered by Dr. Molly Fleece, MD.
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