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A dog has caught monkeypox from one of its owners, highlighting risk of the virus infecting pets and wild animals

By Amy Macneill, Associate Professor of Veterinary medicine and Virology, Colorado State University
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The monkeypox virus can easily spread between humans and animals. A veterinary virologist explains how the virus could go from people to wild animals in the US – and why that could be a problem.The Conversation


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