More mink fur industry COVID-19 infection

This July 2020 video says about itself:

WHO confirms COVID-19 transmission from people to minks in Netherlands, Denmark

In a media briefing on COVID-19, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that there were minks that had been “found positive for coronavirus” in the Netherlands and Denmark.

Today, Dutch NOS radio reports that at two more mink fur farms, in Wilbertoord and in Overloon, the animals have become infected with coronavirus. Earlier, that had happened at 52 businesses.

More cats might be COVID-19 positive than first believed, study suggests. Study shows cats are fighting off the virus with naturally developed antibodies; however, they could be at risk of reinfection: here.

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