Cat owners in China have shared photographs in the internet-based life of their cats donning temporary covers to avert the savage coronavirus.
The World Health Organization has said there is no proof to demonstrate that the infection – which has murdered in excess of 1,300 individuals and tainted well more than 50,000 – can influence pets, the UK’s Sun revealed.
In any case, China’s National Health Commission opposes this idea.
“On the off chance that pets go out and have contact with a contaminated individual, they get the opportunity to get tainted,” said representative and disease transmission specialist Li Lanjuan.
“By at that point, pets should be disengaged. Notwithstanding individuals, we ought to be cautious with different well-evolved creatures particularly pets,” he included.
Thus, offers of pet veils are flooding in the nation – with one Beijing-based online retailer saying he was selling multiple times the number of unique covers for hounds day by day than prior.