Where’s the WN Vaccine for Humans?



So far this year, there have been 241 reported cases and 4 deaths from the West Nile Virus in the United States. West Nile virus is transmitted by mosquitoes, and 42 states have now reported infections in people or birds. West Nile cases are expected to increase during the month of August.


So where’s the vaccine? For YEARS and YEARS horses have had a West Nile vaccine. Could it be the same West Nile vaccine for humans is buried in federal bullcrud regulatory red tape? Just wondering.

More on West Nile Virus from PR Newswire

amy elizabeth, TBN Ranch


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One Response to Where’s the WN Vaccine for Humans?

  1. Politics my friend! If some poor urban Chicago neighborhood discovered in 1962 that the deadly cockroachia virus had been suspect in precipitating gang violence, They’d send in 200 community organizers and the media to determine if the wealthy class were responsible. WNV? Please, only rich people’s horses get WNV at Palm Beach dressage functions….Not!

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