Minks at a fur farm in Gjoel in North Jutland, Denmark. Photo: EPA-EFE Minks at a fur farm in Gjoel in North Jutland, Denmark. Photo: EPA-EFE
Minks at a fur farm in Gjoel in North Jutland, Denmark. Photo: EPA-EFE

Denmark to cull millions of minks after mutated coronavirus strain spreads to humans

  • Coronavirus has been detected at 207 mink farms, including some cases with a mutated version that has spread back to humans
  • Authorities have concluded that the mutated virus ‘is not inhibited by antibodies to the same degree as the normal virus’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Minks at a fur farm in Gjoel in North Jutland, Denmark. Photo: EPA-EFE Minks at a fur farm in Gjoel in North Jutland, Denmark. Photo: EPA-EFE
Minks at a fur farm in Gjoel in North Jutland, Denmark. Photo: EPA-EFE
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