How close is the world to having a universal flu vaccine?

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February 23, 2021

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The fast and successful development of COVID-19 vaccines has generated hope for new and effective vaccines for other infectious diseases, including influenza.

Moderna, which developed one of the first two COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States, announced in January that it was expanding its messenger RNA vaccine portfolio to develop vaccine candidates against HIV, Nipah virus and seasonal influenza.

Scientists have long sought not only better seasonal influenza vaccines, but also a universal influenza vaccine that could offer protection against all strains of the virus for more than just one season — and perhaps even a lifetime…

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