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Pet dog infected with coronavirus at Hong Kong

The pet of a coronavirus individual in Hong Kong was confirmed to be infected with the disorder, at a probable case of human-to-animal transmission, police said on Wednesday.

The puppy, which goes to some 60-year-old girl individual, had tested”weak positive” to the new coronavirus since Friday, as it had been quarantined in an animal center.

The town’s Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) said recurrent tests imply that the puppy — a pomeranian — has”a noninvasive infection”.

The AFCD said specialists from the World Organisation for Animal Health have agreed that”it’s very likely to be an instance of human-to-animal transmission”.

The Pomeranian hasn’t revealed any publication coronavirus symptoms, ” it stated.

Two puppies have been already in isolation.

Another dog in quarantine is a member of another coronavirus individual that tested negative for the virus and will be analyzed before its launch.

“Aside from keeping good hygiene clinics, pet owners do not need to be overly stressed and under no circumstances should they leave their pets,” an AFCD spokesman said.

The bank has supported 104 instances of this new coronavirus in people, with just two deaths before this month.