Denmark culls mink to stop a mutated strain of COVID-19

Denmark culls mink to stop a mutated strain of COVID-19 1

 

The Danish government has culled millions of mink to prevent the spread of a mutated strain of COVID-19.

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17 Comments on "Denmark culls mink to stop a mutated strain of COVID-19"

  1. … here comes the second virus because we were not obedient enough and we asked to many questions.

  2. King Baldwin IV | November 30, 2020 at 9:30 PM | Reply

    China breathes the sigh of relief as they point the finger at someone else.

  3. It keeps getting better 😭😭😭

  4. Danfuerth Gillis | November 30, 2020 at 9:36 PM | Reply

    What’s next Kangaroos? dingos? Polar bears? Lmfao

  5. Well maybe we should leave animals alone. Stop being greedy

    • The virus started from humans abusing animals in the first place. Humans refuse to learn or stop being selfish and evil; viruses are just the planet’s immune-system fighting the infection.

  6. “MUTATED STRAIN OF COVID-19 CALLED CLUSTER 5” 👈😷

  7. Robert Gloeden | November 30, 2020 at 9:57 PM | Reply

    We should cull small business owners here in Canada

  8. No way bruh

  9. I prefer reading the text, over listening to Liberal talking heads.

  10. Denmark isn’t the only one; minks have been getting “culled” (read _murdered_ ) all over the world out of cowardice. They shouldn’t have been in captivity to be skinned in the first place. Pandemics are just nature’s attempt to fight back against humans, nature’s immune-system fighting the parasitic infection destroying the world. 😒

  11. Is anybody else sickened by the tiny cages they make them live in? And how dirty they are?

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