As COVID-19 mutates, it’s generally becoming less deadly but more infectious. Now researchers from the Prince of Songkla University in Thailand have documented the first case where a cat transferred COVID to a human.
Apparently this cat got COVID from its infected owner. Then the infected cat sneezed on the veterinarian, giving the veterinarian COVID as well. This means we should be aware that we can give our felines COVID but they can also give it to us in return.
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