America: The world’s first vaccine approved for use on honey bees
According to US medical officials, the vaccine can work for a significant breakthrough in protecting bees, because there is an annual decline in honey bee colonies in the United States since 2006.
According to reports, the vaccine has been prepared to prevent the deaths caused by the American foulbrood disease, in which bacteria attack the bees larva and weaken their colonies.
The US Department of Agriculture approved the vaccine license this week, the vaccine produces an inactive version of the bacteria in the Royal Jelly Fed of Queen Honey Bee, which gives Larva to the immune.
According to medical experts, bees are important in many aspects of the ecosystem.