what was the environmental impact of the eradication of the smallpox virus?
- 1 decade agoFavourite answer
More humans are now able to exhale the nasty pollutant carbon dioxide.Source(s): A pocket full of posies.
- 1 decade ago
Small Pox is not completely eradicated. But in the years since, we are now more susceptible to it because we mostly haven't been exposed to it and even no longer get the vaccine as a normal part of growing up. Lets hope that stockpile of vaccines for it somewhere are up to date if it ever does become prevalent.
But now we have the swine flu to worry about.
- DaveHLv 51 decade ago
Less landfill (fewer holes in the ground)
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- RichLv 61 decade ago
yes, yes. Quite right. Good one.