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Pet cat tests positive for coronavirus in Hong Kong

Reuters Wednesday, 1 April 2020
A pet cat has tested positive for the coronavirus in Hong Kong after its owner was confirmed with having the virus, the city's Agricultural and Fisheries department said, cautioning that the animal has not shown any signs of the disease.
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