The University of Georgia's campus is closed, all nonessential research projects have been suspended, and researchers may breed lab animals only to maintain unique colonies, but no lab animals have been culled, says David Lee, the university's vice president for research. Animals on UGA's dairy and swine farms are still receiving daily care, and while three studies at the dairy farm are continuing, no new studies have been started at the swine farm, says Francis Fluharty, head of the Animal and Dairy Science Department.
U. of Ga. labs adapt to pandemic, maintain animal care
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