A pooch in Georgia is accepted to have been the second canine in the US to test positive for the infection that causes COVID-19.
The Georgia Department of Health said in a news discharge Wednesday that the 6-year-old blended variety hound was tried after its proprietors contracted COVID-19 and the pooch started experiencing a neurological sickness.
The canine was sure for SARS-CoV-2, the infection that causes COVID-19.
The pooch was euthanized after the neurological sickness advanced.
Authorities state the pooch’s neurological sickness was brought about by a condition inconsequential to the coronavirus.
Specialists don’t accept that creatures assume a huge job in spreading the infection.