Minks that were put down are transported to machines to further process them at a farm near Naestved, Denmark. Photo: EPA Minks that were put down are transported to machines to further process them at a farm near Naestved, Denmark. Photo: EPA
Minks that were put down are transported to machines to further process them at a farm near Naestved, Denmark. Photo: EPA

Coronavirus mutation in minks could threaten vaccine efficacy

  • Denmark said that a mutation of the virus had jumped from minks to humans and infected 214 people
  • The Scandinavian country has warned the new strain could undermine the effectiveness of any future vaccine

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Minks that were put down are transported to machines to further process them at a farm near Naestved, Denmark. Photo: EPA Minks that were put down are transported to machines to further process them at a farm near Naestved, Denmark. Photo: EPA
Minks that were put down are transported to machines to further process them at a farm near Naestved, Denmark. Photo: EPA
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