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Coronaviruses belong to the large family Coronaviridae. Several different strains of coronavirus are known to commonly circulate within human and animal populations...(CLICK FOR MORE)
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In February, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) put out a notice that there are concerns the Coronavirus pandemic could disrupt the supply chain for medical supplies for pets...(CLICK FOR MORE)
COVID-19 appears to have transferred from a bat to a human, but WHO scientists say there is currently no evidence that suggests pets like dogs or cats can be infected with the coronavirus....(CLICK FOR MORE)
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