Experts: Take extra care to avoid Covid-19 transmission to pets


PETALING JAYA: Veterinary professionals have advised pet owners to practise good personal hygiene and safety measures to avoid the spread of Covid-19 to their animals.

Malaysia Small Animal Veterinary Association (Msava) president Dr Gopinathan Gangadharan said the World Organisation for Animal Health and other international health groups had found no evidence linking Covid-19 transmission from animals or pets to humans.

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