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COPENHAGEN – Animal rights organisation PETA has warned that “any area that still farms mink could well be the next Wuhan”, after Danish authorities made the decision to cull millions of mink, some of which are riddled with what’s believed to be a new mutated strain of the coronavirus.

Denmark’s Prime Minister last week gave the green light for upwards of 17 million mink to be killed in the country; this, after 12 people tested positive for a new strain of the coronavirus, which it’s feared could be resistant to vaccines currently under development.

PETA director, Elisa Allen, has however reaffirmed that culling animals is not an effective long-term solution, and says “Denmark must ban these pandemic petri dishes immediately”.  

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