The FDA is currently assessing the safety of two other vaccines for the flu and another for COVID-19, according to the company’s website.
The company’s COVID test, which measures how well a person’s immune system responds to the virus, can detect COVIDs up to 60 percent.
The tests are designed to test the immune system for a virus that can spread in a large population, or to detect a new infection.
The FDA has issued a “virus-specific” warning about the flu vaccine because the FDA has found the virus in some vaccine samples.
The agency is working to verify the accuracy of the results, but the agency has given its OK to take the test because it does not have any specific information about the virus.
The FDA says that the vaccine is likely safe for adults, who are typically vaccinated at least three times per year.
The vaccine can be given in a single shot, as well as in a nasal spray and a shot taken in the morning and evening.