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Study: Potential to reduce West Nile virus transmission in humans by mixing ivermectin into bird feed
CSU’s Brian Foy and Chilinh Nguyen collaborated on the research with UC Davis scientists.
Washington Post: Denver Zoo reports world’s first coronavirus cases in hyenas
Samples from a variety of animals at the zoo, including the spotted hyenas, were tested after several lions at the facility became ill, according to the National Veterinary Services Laboratories. The hyena samples tested presumptive positive at a lab at Colorado State University, and the cases were confirmed by the national lab.
New York Times: Two spotted hyenas at the Denver Zoo are the first known to have Covid-19
The samples were tested by the Colorado State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. The hyenas are the latest in a number of infections confirmed among animals at the Denver Zoo.