Poultry industry can learn from COVID-19:
Biosecurity is not sufficient to control avian coronaviruses like infectious bronchitis in commercial poultry, no matter how good it is, said Mark Jackwood, PhD, a molecular virologist and professor of avian medicine at the University of Georgia.
“It takes a combination of vaccination as well as biosecurity in order to effectively control the disease,” he told Poultry Health Today.
The same is holding true for COVID-19 in people, he said. It became evident that wearing masks and practicing social distancing was not enough.
“The virus continued to spread. And then, when we started to vaccinate, we saw the number of cases go down,” he added.
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