Potentially Defective Influenza Viruses Administered In South Korea.
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Potentially Defective Influenza Viruses Administered In South Korea

Influenza is a virus most popularly known as the Spanish flu that caused the death of millions of people from the year 1918 to 1920. This virus is making a few headlines once more in South Korea for a new reason. It has been found that over 1300 patients were administered vaccine shots for influenza which have now turned out to have been potentially defective shots. Commonly known as ‘the flu’, influenza is a infectious disease caused by the influenza virus. This virus belongs to the Orthomyxoviridae family of viruses.…

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