In the wake of the pandemic Coronavirus pulling down the world in all regions, one would have envisioned that the infection only attacks people but surprisingly, a pet cat has additionally been tainted with coronavirus in Belgium in the wake of being contaminated by its owner. As per the Belgian health experts, this was revealed on Friday 27th March, 2020.
Instances of infected pets are not common at all but fortunately, Belgian Health Authorities have obviously made it point clear that any danger of contamination to people from home creatures is impossible.
As per the health masters, the infection can be transmitted from people to creatures but there is no motivation to believe that creatures can be vectors of the plague.
The reports follows comparable cases in Hong Kong where two domestic dogs tested positive for COVID-19 during a screening process completed on several dogs and cats living in contact with people conveying the infection.
That said, it is constantly prudent to adhere to the hygienic precautionary measures by the World Health Organization especially when dealing pets.
Maintain a strategic distance from close contact with pets, wash your hands in the wake of taking care of any creature, and don’t let the creature lick your face.
Over the most recent 48 hours, more than 1,850 new cases of people infected by (Covid-19) have been affirmed in Belgium.
The new cases carry the aggregate to 9,134 affirmed cases in Belgium.