Oakland Zoo Starts Vaccinating Animals Against COVID


Francisco Bay Area Zoo is inoculating. It's big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus. The vaccinations are part of a national effort to protect animal species. The Oakland Zoo is using an experimental vaccine developed and donated by a New Jersey company. None of the animals at the zoo have gotten the virus. Zoo staff have used barriers and enhanced protective gear to protect the animals. Correspondent Andrew Stewart the San Diego Zoo started inoculating primates with the Zulus vaccine back in January after Covid 19 break out amongst a troop of the big civilians.

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