Staff erupts at Oregon Mink Farm, COVID-19

U.S. According to the Department of Agriculture, COVID-19 has found its way to Reg Regan Mink Farm, where both staff and animals are being infected.

The USDA’s National Veterinary Service Laboratory has confirmed the presence of the virus in 10 samples received from the Oregon Department of Agriculture, and the state’s veterinarian, Dr. R.

“We’ve been involved with the reg Reagan mink industry for some time, providing information on biosecurity to prevent the introduction of SARS-Cavi-2 and were ready to respond,” Scholz said.

“The farmer did the right thing by registering symptoms very early and is now cooperating with us and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) in caring for his animals and staff.

“So far, we have no reports of mink mortality associated with the virus but that may change as the virus progresses.”

COVID-19 has been found on farms in three other states, including Utah, where min was lost to the minx virus, as well as in Michigan and Wisconsin.

Outbreaks have also been reported in farms in the Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Spain and Denmark, where the virus has forced the slaughter of 17 million mink.