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free120/Block 3/Question#6 (9.3 difficulty score)
A new severe respiratory illness caused by a ...
Avoids the concern for reversion to virulence🔍

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submitted by benwhite_dotcom(466),
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em_goldman  Also in the case of the live oral polio vaccine, there's concern of viral reactivation in the feces of people who took the vaccine causing infection of others, even if the original person is protected. I would guess rotavirus is similar but I think the population risk:benefit favors live rotavirus vaccination in lieu of no vaccination, whereas the option of a killed polio virus vaccination is way more worth it than the risk of a polio virus outbreak. +3  

submitted by castlblack(50),

I picked A, but what is wrong with B? Which type of immunization works faster?