cats and dogs have antibodies to the coronavirus. To such conclusion the Italian scientists who analyzed the samples taken from 1.4 thousand cats and dogs reported in the material on the bioRxiv online.
Experts examined 915 dogs and 505 cats from different regions of Italy. Tests for SARS-CoV-2 they all came back negative.
However, the study revealed antibodies in 13 dogs (3.35%) and six cats (3,95%). The greatest number of Pets with antibodies was found among those whose owners had COVID-19 — 12.8% and 4.5%, respectively.
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