Scientists are investigating whether mink can serve as reservoirs for the novel coronavirus and whether they can transmit the virus to people. Mink at commercial operations in Spain and the Netherlands may have caught the coronavirus from infected workers, but researchers say it is plausible that the virus could spread the other way.
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