After a tiger in New York tested positive of COVID-19, zoos and parks in India on high alert

Team Grasshopper 07-04-2020 06:15 PM News

Recently a case of a tiger in Bronx Zoo of New York tested positive of coronavirus, this has alerted the Indian zoo authorities. The Ministry of Environment and Forests has instructed all the states to keep an eye on animals in zoos, national parks and tiger reserves; and report any abnormal behavior of the animals. This step has been taken to stop the spread of COVID-19 among animals. The animals are being monitor round the clock through CCTV cameras, after the confirmation of the case of a four year old Malayan tiger has been infected, by US Department of Agriculture's National Veterinary Services.

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