Tiger At New York Zoo Tests Positive For…

Tiger at New York Zoo Tests Positive for Coronavirus After developing a cough, a Tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York tested positive for coronavirus. According to CNN, the 4-year-old female tiger, Nadia, is the first of her kind to test positive for the virus. According to the USDA, five other tigers and lions at the zoo have also shown symptoms of respiratory illness. Bronx zoo, via statement Bronx zoo, via statement According to the zoo, the animals were infected by a caretaker who was "asymtomatically infected with the virus." The USDA advises those who are sick to minimize contact with animals and pets until more is known about COVID-19.

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Breathing Or Talking May Be Enough To Spread…

New research shows that talking, singing and possibly even breathing too close to people may spread the novel coronavirus.According to UPI, researchers in China say the spread may happen even before people feel symptoms.In a new study published by the CDC, seven "clusters" of cases of possible speech transmission have been documented.Researchers note that spreading a virus through speaking or breathing makes it much more difficult to contain.