Canada Confirms First COVID Cases in Wildlife
The infected were three white-tailed deer
Canada has confirmed its first cases of coronavirus in wildlife -- in three white-tailed deer.
The National Centre for Foreign Animal Disease said the samples were collected in early November from the free-ranging animals in the Estrie region of Quebec along the border with the United States.
"Similar to findings in the United States, the deer showed no evidence of clinical signs of disease, and were all apparently healthy," the agency said in a statement late Wednesday.
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