Do any mink in Poland have COVID-19? New findings raise doubts

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  • Tuesday, 01 Dec 2020

FILE PHOTO: A mink is seen at the farm of the representative of the Panhellenic association of fur animal breeders Konstantinos Chionos in the village of Mikrokastro, Greece, November 14, 2020. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis

WARSAW (Reuters) - Veterinary inspectors say they have found no evidence of COVID-19 among mink at a farm in northern Poland where other scientists reported finding eight cases.

The National Veterinary Research Institute said it had carried out tests on mink in the same part of the farm where the Medical University of Gdansk said on Nov. 24 it had found the eight cases, but its own tests came up negative.

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