Kovid spreads by gorillas at Atlanta Zoo |  US News |  NRI

September 13, 2021 by archyde

Atlanta 13 Kovid confirmed positive for 13 gorillas at the Atlanta Zoo. This includes a 60-year-old gorilla. More gorillas are showing signs of Kovid 19, zoo officials said Friday. Cough, runny nose and loss of appetite have been found in these.

Samples have been sent to the National Veterinary Service Lobby (Iowa) for further testing, officials said. Kovid has already completed testing for 20 gorillas.

Preliminary reports suggest the gorillas may have been infected by zoo staff.

Kovid is unlikely to spread from gorillas to humans. The gorillas were housed at a great distance, officials said. Kovid had previously confirmed all eight gorillas at the San Diego Zoo. Authorities said the death was not due to timely antibody treatment.

English Summary: COVID infections spread through gorillas at Atlanta zoo

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