Swedish mink farmworkers have tested positive for the coronavirus, and the Swedish Public Health Agency is investigating the track of contraction.
Swedish Public Health Agency, the Swedish Veterinary Institute (SVA), the Swedish Board of Agriculture, and local infection control units are investigating the connection between possible infection among mink and staff. In early November, the World Health Organization had said that mink could spread the virus to humans by getting infected first. It is also discovered that the United States, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain have also shown coronavirus in minks.
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