Colorado: A vaccine to protect animals from corona has now been launched across the United States. Some of Denver’s famous zoo animals will be vaccinated.
However, experts at the Denver Zoo say they are still considering which animals should be vaccinated with the Code 19 vaccine first. Talks are also underway with Zoetis, an animal vaccine company. Dr. Scott Larson of the zoo says that although it is important to protect animals from the epidemic, bozno (primates) and carnivores will be vaccinated in the first phase.
It should be noted that the vaccine recommended for humans cannot be given to animals. But it is important to note that guerrillas, tigers, owls and other animals can be infected with corona, but there are other animals that need to be vaccinated with the Code 19 vaccine. However, veterinarians insist that domestic pets such as dogs and cats are less likely to be infected with code 19.
Three days ago, it was reported from Auckland that all zoos there would be vaccinated against tigers, bears and other animals. The vaccine, approved by the US Department of Agriculture, is experimental in nature and will be administered to pigs, monkeys, chimpanzees and other animals, among others.