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Pets can get coronavirus

Pets can get coronavirus
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Russian scientists have found that pets can become infected with the coronavirus. Specialists from the Center for Animal Health and the Center for the Quality and Standardization of Medicines for Animals and Feed found that a sick person with COVID-19 can infect them.

According to RBCDogs carry the disease more easily than cats. In sick cats, fever, coughing, sneezing and discharge from the eyes and nose were recorded. Scientists advise patients with coronavirus not to contact with pets.

It is reported that the facts of human infection with coronavirus from dogs and cats have not yet been identified, however, animals can infect their counterparts.

 

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