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8 Asiatic lions in the park in Hyderabad are infected with corona

 

The coronavirus also put its paw on the lion's body. A total of eight Asiatic lions have been infected with corona at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad, raising fears of infection at the news fair several times over.

Not only that, this is the first time in the country that so many lions have been infected with corona at the same time. The Indian government is worried. Similarly, the corona of the lions of the park authorities was examined.

On April 30, the test report found a corona infection in their body. This is considered to be the first in the country. Nehru Zoological Park veterinarian said. "In the RT-PCR test of the lions, corona germs were found in their bodies," Kukreti said.

Nothing can be said in detail about this right now. But they are good. They have been kept in separate rooms for observation. However, the park has not yet commented on how the virus spread to the animals.

However, the gates of the park have been closed to the public indefinitely for the last two days to prevent the spread of the virus. Earlier, corona germs were found in the bodies of 25 workers in charge of the park.

Park authorities are concerned that the virus may have spread from their bodies to the animals.

However, the lions are being monitored. On the other hand, a total of 8 tigers and lions were found with the virus at the Bronx Zoo in New York last year. A statement from the zoo, run by The Wildlife Conservation Society, said evidence of corona infection had been found in the bodies of six four-year-old Malaysian tigers and lions of the same species.

Coronavirus has also been found in the bodies of dogs and cats in Hong Kong, Japan. Meanwhile, the whole of India is lost in the second wave of corona.

More than 300,000 people are still infected. The death toll is also rising. In this situation, this is the first time in India that the symptoms of the disease have killed the government.

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