Denmark, the world’s largest producer of mink, will cull all farmed mink in the country to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, both between the animals and to their human handlers, Danish authorities announced Wednesday (Nov. 4).

There are currently more than 15 million mink being raised at more than 1,000 farms in Denmark, The New York Times reported; so far, several hundred farms have reported SARS-CoV-2 infections among their mink, including more than 200 farms in Jutland, the mainland part of Denmark, according to the Danish Broadcasting Corporation



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