Big cats at Smithsonian Zoo test positive for coronavirus

The source of the infection is unclear. The zoo said a “thorough investigation” staffers who’d been near the lions and tigers netted no clues, though it’s possible an asymptomatic carrier was responsible. Workers are asked to wear masks indoors, though employees’ vaccination status is confidential medical information, the Smithsonian states.

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