Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 19 June 2020

Now the Covid Psyop is targeting your pets – WAKE UP PEOPLE

A team of British scientists has called for more research into the animals susceptible to Covid-19, including pet cats and dogs, for fear they could re-infect human populations who have fought to control the disease.

Researchers from University College London say if the Covid-19 virus becomes common in animals in close proximity to humans – such as pets or livestock – outbreaks could occur even if the coronavirus has been eradicated from in people in the area.

In a comment article in The Lancet Microbe, the scientists have called for more research into which animals are susceptible to the virus causing Covid-19, and for regular testing to then be carried out on the species posing the highest risk of transmitting the disease to people.

Domestic and feral cats, dogs, hamsters, monkeys and ferrets have so far been shown to be able to be infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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