A veterinarian and students with the Texas A&M University have tested many dogs, cats, dolphins, and other animals for the human coronavirus.
– A veterinarian and students with the Texas A&M University tested animals for coronavirus.
– The veterinarian said it is a way for them to study what is happening now.
– Aside from this team in Texas, other veterinarians across the United States also…
The veterinarian, Sarah Hamer, and her team at the university wanted to study the spread of the disease in animals thus the testing that started back in June. So far, they found 19 cases of coronavirus from the animals they tested. Hamer is not the first one to do this because other veterinarians across the United States are also doing this in an attempt to isolate the infected animals. Also, it is a way for veterans to study more on what is happening in nature. The usual animals that are tested are those exposed to humans who contracted the virus. Animals, however, cannot transmit the disease to humans.
Other animals that are tested include hamsters, guinea pigs, armadillos, anteaters, zoo cats, and many more.
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