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Top Canine Dr Discovers New Vector


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11 hours ago, Libspero said:

 


 

Coronavirus: Pet cat found to have virus in UK https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-53552557

"There is no evidence to suggest that pets directly transmit the virus to human" 

Quite literally incredible. So it was transferred from animals (bats) to humans, and then humans to cats. But don't you worry little granny, you can't catch it from little Mittens. 

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On 27/07/2020 at 20:15, Libspero said:
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 A pet bat has tested positive in the UK for the strain of coronavirus that is causing the current pandemic.

 

FTFY

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On 28/07/2020 at 07:46, The Idiocrat said:

There is no evidence to suggest that pets directly transmit the virus to human

Assuming you then `swallow` this statement, this then begs two more worrying questions

1. If the cat didn't get it from its owners where did it get it from?..I.e we have a wild vector that can naturally `ignore` lockdown/mask rules and continue to spread the pathogen, and

2. The use of R to monitor the infection status is meaningless as we will not know the `population` number I.e is it humans and cats...and dogs....and livestock.......oh, and badgers of course!

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