Pet feline tests positive for coronavirus in Hong Kong
The feline is the third creature to test positive in Hong Kong, following prior cases in which two pooches tried powerless positive or positive during rehashed tests for the infection
HONG KONG: A pet feline has tried positive for the coronavirus in Hong Kong after its proprietor was affirmed with having the infection, the city’s Agricultural and Fisheries division stated, alerted that the creature has not given any indications of the malady.
In a notification late on Tuesday, the office said there is as of now no proof that pet creatures can be a wellspring of COVID-19, the infection brought about by the coronavirus, and proprietors ought not relinquish their pets.
The World Health Organization likewise states on their site that there is no proof that a pooch, feline or any pet can transmit COVID-19.
The feline is the third creature to test positive in Hong Kong, following prior cases in which two canines tried frail positive or positive during rehashed tests for the infection. Specialists said the feline will keep on being observed and inspected.
Tests gathered from the feline’s mouth, nose and rectum tried positive for the infection after it was sent to isolate on March 30.
There has just been one other revealed instance of coronavirus in a feline, in Belgium, which is accepted to have gotten tainted from its proprietor, as indicated by an announcement from the Hong Kong Veterinary Association.
The Veterinary Association said the most probable way pets would be presented to the infection is from their proprietors or others they come into contact with, and the cases were no reason to worry.