Some worried pet owners are taking human-sized surgical masks and cutting two eye holes out for their cats to wear. Other cats are given masks that only cover their mouths, leaving their eyes fully exposed, according to a report. One Beijing-based online retailer told reporters that he is selling 10 times more specially-made masks for dogs than usual.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said it has no evidence that suggests pets can be infected by the COVID-19, but China’s National Health Commission claims animals may get infected if it comes in contact with a person carrying the virus.
“If pets go out and have contact with an infected person, they have the chance to get infected,” spokesman and epidemiologist Li Lanjuan said. “By then, pets need to be isolated. In addition to people, we should be careful with other mammals especially pets.” Read More...
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