Winston, 48, was one of several gorillas among the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s troop who were confirmed positive for the virus. Photo: AFP Winston, 48, was one of several gorillas among the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s troop who were confirmed positive for the virus. Photo: AFP
Winston, 48, was one of several gorillas among the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s troop who were confirmed positive for the virus. Photo: AFP

Gorilla in US zoo recovering from Covid-19 after antibody therapy

  • Winston was one of several gorillas at San Diego Zoo Safari Park to test positive for the virus
  • Gorillas were likely exposed to coronavirus by a keeper who tested positive for Covid-19

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Winston, 48, was one of several gorillas among the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s troop who were confirmed positive for the virus. Photo: AFP Winston, 48, was one of several gorillas among the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s troop who were confirmed positive for the virus. Photo: AFP
Winston, 48, was one of several gorillas among the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s troop who were confirmed positive for the virus. Photo: AFP
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