The vaccinations adopted a January outbreak of COVID-19 on the zoo’s Safari Park.
PUBLISHED ON MAR 05, 2021 11:18 AM IST
The San Diego Zoo has vaccinated 9 nice apes for the coronavirus after a troop of gorillas in its Safari Park grew to become contaminated.
Officers say 4 orangutans and 5 bonobos obtained COVID-19 injections in January and February.
Three bonobos and a gorilla are also anticipated to obtain the vaccine, which is experimental.
The vaccinations adopted a January outbreak of COVID-19 on the zoo’s Safari Park. Eight western lowland gorillas received the virus, in all probability by publicity to a zookeeper who examined constructive for COVID-19.
The gorillas had signs starting from runny noses to coughing and lethargy. However they’re recovering.
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