US Approves The World’s First Bee Vaccine

This vaccine is believed to help protect bees, since US colonies of bees have been declining annually since 2006.

Since 2006, US bee colonies have been declining annually, and US health officials believe that this vaccine could help improve bee protection. American foulbrood, a bacteria-caused disease that attacks bee larvae and weakens colonies, has been the target of this vaccine, according to sources.

As of this week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture granted the vaccine a provisional licence. This vaccination creates inactive Queen’s Royal Jelly Feed bacteria. There are numerous processes in the environment that bees are crucial to.

Due to their role as pollinators and the health benefits of honey, bees are vital to food production.

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