Coronavirus and cats

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COVER A WIDE RANGE OF ISSUESTHAT HAVE TRAINED RELATIONSBETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES. COVID-19 AND CATS — THECDC CONFIRMS THE TWO DOMESTICCATS GOT THE VIRUS. I SPOKE TO DR. JOHN BROOKSCHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER FOR THECDC AND COVID-19 RESPONSE ABOUTTHIS. HE SAYS CATS DO NOT POSE A RISKOF INFECTING HUMANS. INSTEAD, THE CDC SAYS EVIDENCESHOWS THAT IT WAS HUMANS WHOACTUALLY INFECTED THE TWO CATSBEING INVESTIGATED. IF YOU HAVE A CAT THAT ISSICK AND YOU’RE WORRIED, IWOULD RECOMMEND YOU CALL YOURVET AHEAD OF TIME. DON’T TAKE THE CAT TO THE VET. BECAUSE WE WANT TO MAKE SURETHAT YOU’RE NOT SICK AS WELLFIRST. . DOCTOR BROOKS SAYS CATS ARE

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