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I suspect these questions will be the subject of publications once the dust settles. Probably over the coming years. Studies are probably already under way.

You would suspect the two to merge as you get farther from the initial cases on each coast. In places like Florida and Texas you would be surprised not to find cases of both. Travel by air makes wide ranging spread very likely.

They say vaccines are often not specific and may very well be effective against more than one virus. You would expect a vaccine developer to look for a vaccine that is effective against both. And don't forget that further mutations are possible. A multipurpose vaccine would be ideal. But of course we are well aware of the problems with flu vaccines. Changes can be likely, even frequent.
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