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Another coronavirus transmission from mink to human in mink farm in Netherlands

Christian Fernsby |
There may have been another case of mink to human coronavirus transmission at a second mink farm in the Netherlands.

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Topics: MINK    NETHERLANDS   

Three people who work at this mink farm have a coronavirus that has a genetic code very similar to the virus found in minks on the farm, Ministers Carola Schouten of Agriculture and Hugo de Jonge of Public Health said in a letter to parliament.

"On the basis of the information available, it is most likely that at least one of the three infected persons was infected by a mink," the Ministers said.

The other two may have gotten the virus from the first infected person, or also from a mink.

Based on the available data, that is impossible to say, the Ministers said.


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