COVID-19 INJECTED INTO CAT KILLS CAT

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COVID-19 INJECTED INTO CAT KILLS CAT


https://www.coronavirusoutbreakmap.com/listings/coronavirus-infected-cat/


University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine Yoshihiro Kawaoka led the study, in which researchers administered to three cats SARS-CoV-2 isolated from a human patient.​

The following day, the researchers swabbed the nasal passages of the cats and were able to detect the COVID-19 in two of the cats . Within three days, they detected COVID-19 in all of the cats.​



The day after the researchers administered virus to the first three cats, they placed another cat in each of their cages. Researchers did not administer SARS-CoV-2 virus to these cats.​



Each day, the researchers took nasal and rectal swabs from all six cats to assess them for the presence of the virus. Within two days, one of the previously uninfected cats was shedding virus, detected in the nasal swab, and within six days, all of the cats were shedding virus.​

THE CATS THAT RECOVERED WERE DONATED TO ANIMAL SHELTERS FOR FAMILIES TO ADOPT​

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COVID-19 INJECTED INTO CAT KILLS CAT


https://www.coronavirusoutbreakmap.com/listings/coronavirus-infected-cat/


University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine Yoshihiro Kawaoka led the study, in which researchers administered to three cats SARS-CoV-2 isolated from a human patient.​

The following day, the researchers swabbed the nasal passages of the cats and were able to detect the COVID-19 in two of the cats . Within three days, they detected COVID-19 in all of the cats.​



The day after the researchers administered virus to the first three cats, they placed another cat in each of their cages. Researchers did not administer SARS-CoV-2 virus to these cats.​



Each day, the researchers took nasal and rectal swabs from all six cats to assess them for the presence of the virus. Within two days, one of the previously uninfected cats was shedding virus, detected in the nasal swab, and within six days, all of the cats were shedding virus.​

THE CATS THAT RECOVERED WERE DONATED TO ANIMAL SHELTERS FOR FAMILIES TO ADOPT​

READ MORE

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