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Russia unveils COVID-19 vaccine for pets, other furry animals – Sydney Morning Herald

The coronavirus may have initially jumped from bats to humans via an intermediary, but infections have since appeared in other animals, from zoos to mink farms.

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Washington: Russia has registered the worlds first coronavirus vaccine for dogs, cats, minks, foxes and other animals, the countrys agriculture safety watchdog said Wednesday.
Called Carnivak-Cov, the vaccine was developed by scientists at the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance, also known as Rosselkhoznadzor, Russias Tass News Agency said.
While many scientists say the virus causing COVID-19 initially jumped from bats to humans, perhaps through another intermediary, infections…

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