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A virus spreads in a small town. What should first do to find a vaccine for the virus?

I narrow it down to

"Idenify the Virs" and "Idenify the host of the virus"

I say identify the host of the virus first.

  • Virus :P -

    I'd say the host, too. While it's important to know what the virus is, it's more important to know it's source, and to either separate the source from everyone else or encourage the town to stay away from that person (in a nice way). Knowing what it is won't neccessariily prevent it, especially if it's a newly found virus, but knowing who/what introduced it can.

  • Virus :P -

    Yea I was thinking that too! In return, I helped you on your post!

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