The Danish Veterinary and Food Authority announced that all “mink” infected with the Coronavirus that live in fur farms have been killed.
And the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration published a graph on “Twitter”, showing how to eliminate mink animals infected with the virus, starting from October 23, and added a graph showing the number of farms in which these animals were killed.
MINKFARME OG COVID-19 STATUS 18/11-20
Alle #COVID19dk smittede minkfarme er aflivet. Fødevarestyrelsen overvåger fortsat landets minkfarme for COVID-19:
➡️ 284 minkfarme er smittet med COVID-19. Heraf er 284 aflivet.
➡️ 25 minkfarme er under mistanke. pic.twitter.com/trMViVLSSP
— Fødevarestyrelsen (@Foedevare) November 18, 2020
And the Danish government announced early last month that it plans to cull up to one million mink animals that were raised in fur farms to prevent the further spread of the new Coronavirus.
Source: Sputnik+ RT