Some of us must have pets in the house, and now in this pandemic situation, the question must be asked whether their pets may be prone to abuse. Can be? We give you an effective answer.

According to a new study, dogs may be less susceptible to corona while cats may be more prone to corona virus. This new research calls on the World Health Organization to closely examine the issue of virus transmission between humans and animals.

Researchers say that dogs, chickens, ducks and pigs are not infected with the virus.

The main purpose of this study was to determine which pets could be infected with the virus or which animals could be responsible for the spread of the virus so that they used Corona’s experimental vaccines. Which has killed 1 million 10 thousand people in the world so far.

About SARS COW TOD It is believed that it transmitted to humans through bats. According to experts, “except for a few cats and dogs, there is no solid evidence that pets can cause the virus to spread.”

Another research was carried out in China during January and February, when the virus was transmitted to the nose of some animals.

The result of Tiger's Corona virus test at the Bronx Zoo came out positive
The result of Tiger’s Corona virus test at the Bronx Zoo came out positive

The bad news for cats owners is that researchers have come to the conclusion that cats can also infect each other with breathing. During the study, the virus was found in the mouth, nose and small intestine of the infected cats, while the virus severely affected the kittens’ lungs, nose and throat. Therefore, those who take care of cats need to take extra measures to protect themselves.

The virus was found in the upper part of the respiratory tract, but it did not cause any more disease.

Antibody tests show that dogs are less likely to spread the virus, while injected pigs, chickens, and ducks have no sign of the virus.

“Corona-infected people should stay away from not only other humans but pets, especially cats, so that the virus does not transmit,” says Daniel Quartzicz, head of the epidemiology department at Boston Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

“In the light of the evidence, we do not believe that these pets are contributing to the spread of the virus, but rather that they themselves are affected by the virus,” World Health Organization specialist Mary van told a news conference. May be. ‘

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