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First social distancing, now vaccines: How zoos are preventing coronavirus outbreaks among animals

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In March, Russia registered the first coronavirus vaccine for dogs, cats, minks, foxes and other animals. That vaccine, Carnivak-Cov, provides an estimated six months of immunity. The Zoetis vaccine was first administered to the primates at the San Diego Zoo, where no infections have been reported since the initial outbreak.

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