Coronavirus outbreaks on mink farms could speed mutations which can spread back to humans: EU report

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Hmm. It’s almost as if breeding wild animals in captivity to make coats is a bad idea.


Exactly, just like breeding any kind of animal in captivity in larger quantities is a really bad idea, for a variety of reasons, many of them relating to human health.

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They always said bacon was bad for you. As if pigs didn’t have enough to worry about. So if minks can give it to humans, what about cats and dogs that can also carry it?

There are already cases of mink farm workers having Covid-19 with the same mutation as the mink.

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