Coronavirus detected in gorillas at the San Diego Zoo

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Gorillas have tested positive for coronavirus at the San Diego Zoo, California. On Monday, the zoo announced that the infection was found in two animals that were coughing. It is possible that other animals in the group may also be infected.

Gorillas are quarantined together. They eat and drink, and, with the exception of coughing and mild discomfort, everything is fine with them, – said the director of the zoo Lisa Peterson. “We hope for a complete recovery.”

The animals are believed to have contracted the infection from an asymptomatic employee despite the zoo’s security measures. The facility has been closed to visitors since early December.

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