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GRAFTON, Ohio (WJW)– Just weeks away from the hopeful approval and release of the first vaccine to battle COVID-19, coronavirus researchers continue to work on an alternative that comes from animals best known for their thick fleece coat.

At “Our Little World Alpacas” in Grafton, Joy and Brian Turner raise alpacas and llamas. “We shear them once a year once we get the fleece off of the animal which is about May here in Ohio.  We process it into yarn and then I take the yarn and make products out of it: hats, scarves, sweaters; anything you can use yarn for,” said Joy.