Coronavirus Found In Minks In Greece

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Minks are seen here last week at an estate in Denmark, where the government has ordered the culling of all minks due to an outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the animals. The virus has now been found in minks in Greece as well.

The strain found in the minks is the same one found in humans, an agriculture official said, and a breeder at one farm also tested positive. Some 2,500 minks have reportedly been culled already.

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