Coronavirus Found In Minks In Greece

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Minks are seen here last week at an estate in Denmark, where the government has ordered the culling of all minks due to an outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the animals. The virus has now been found in minks in Greece as well.

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Parts Of Northern Denmark On Lockdown Over Coronavirus Variant Outbreak In Minks

The primary mink fur-selling cooperative in Denmark said Thursday that they will «gradually downsize» and eventually shut down over the next two to three years. «Unfortunately, even the strongest community cannot survive the consequences of the decisions that have now been made,» Kopenhagen Fur CEO Jesper Lauge said in a statement.

Joanna Kakissis contributed to this report from Greece.

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