This Washington Post story included in previous highlights has been reprinted in national and international publications. UTMB’s Vineet Menachery was a story contributor. “With respiratory infections like this, we usually see a U-shaped curve on who gets hit the hardest. Young children at one end of the U because their immune systems aren’t developed and old people at the other end because their immune systems grow weaker,” said Menachery. “With this virus, one side of the U is just completely missing,” [See the attached file for the full text of the story.]The story has appeared in MSN Ireland, The Nation Thailand, KDFW Dallas, The New Zealand Herald, Anchorage Daily News, Stars and Stripes and MiDIARIO Panama