A cat in the United Kingdom has become the first animal to test positive for COVID-19.
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Health officials however insist that there is no evidence it could pass the disease.
The UK Chief Veterinary Officer confirmed the case after laboratory tests carried out earlier this month in Surrey, near London.
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Officials said that “all available evidence” indicated the cat likely contracted the disease from its owners who had tested positive for COVID-19.