A recent slew of wild rabbit deaths in southern and eastern New Mexico was caused by rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus type 2, according to the state Department of Game and Fish. RHDV-2 is not related to SARS-CoV-2, is highly contagious among rabbits, and is not known to be transmissible to people.
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