DENMARK TO CULL MILLIONS OF MINKS OVER MUTATED COVID-19
5 nov 2020
On Wednesday in denmark the new coronavirus was all away detected at mink farms and spreaded across the peoples and it is the world's biggest producer of mink fur.
Mette Frederiksen prime minister of denmark said in a conference that " the mutation could pose a risk that future vaccines won't work the way they should and it is necessary to cull all the minks".
Health minister Magnus Heunicke said that " Studies have shown thay the mutation may affect the current candidates for covid-19 vaccine and it is a threat to the development of corona virus vaccine. That is why it is important that we make a national effort".
OIE The World Organization For Animal Health is developing new technical guidance on animal health, WHO Said.
WHO said that the novel coronavirus is at the peak at the level of spreading "There is a evidence of transmission at human - animal interface.