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WHO Collaborating Center for Influenza Research and Early-Warning, and the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science in the United Kingdom—collected about 30,000 nasal swab samples from slaughterhouse pigs from 2011-18 and

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-resistant Staphylococcus aureus directly from nasal swabs in horses”; Neurology—Drs. Diccon Westworth, University of California-Davis, for “Clinicopathological features of choroid plexus tumors in dogs: 44 cases”; and Edwin Darrin, University of Pennsylvania, for

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team participate on a voluntary basis and provide interior nasal swabs. When the surveillance study was rolled out in June, 51 animal care workers consented to participate. Of these, all but one have received their COVID-19 vaccine. As of Aug. 19, 275

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through nasal swabs similar to those used on humans. Fur samples and rectal swabs are also being collected because, Dr. Bienzle says, there has been evidence to show the virus is spread through feces. Dr. Bienzle noted that there are only a few cases

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