MONDAY, 16 de march

According to information from the World Health Organization (WHO), there is no evidence that domestic animals, such as dogs and cats, have been infected and that, consequently, they can transmit COVID-19.

So far there is no evidence that they can transmit the virus.

The World Association of Small Animal Veterinary Clinicians in the information document published last week explains that "there is no evidence that dogs and cats can be a source of transmission to other animals or humans", but they add that it is a "situation in rapid evolution »and the information« will be updated as they become available ».