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Hong Kong culls hamsters after COVID scare 
Hong Kong ordered a mass cull of hamsters after nearly a dozen of them tested positive for COVID-19. 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
Officers in protective suits leave a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered... 
Hong Kong, China 
Officers in protective suits at a closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
Officers in protective suits leave a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
A Centre of Health Protection officer holding a clinical waste bag leaves a closed pet shop in Mong Kok... 
Hong Kong, China 
Officer holding a clinical waste bag leaves a closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
A Centre of Health Protection officer holding a clinical waste bag leaves a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
Officers in protective suits work inside a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull... 
Hong Kong, China 
Officers in protective suits at a closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
Officers in protective suits work inside a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China, January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
Officers in protective suits enter a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered... 
Hong Kong, China 
Officers in protective suits at a closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
Officers in protective suits enter a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China, January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
Officers in protective suits walk outside a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull... 
Hong Kong, China 
Officers in protective suits at a closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
Officers in protective suits walk outside a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China, January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
An officer in a protective suit stands outside a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster... 
Hong Kong, China 
Officers in protective suits at a closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
An officer in a protective suit stands outside a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
Pedestrians walk past a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb... 
Hong Kong, China 
Closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
Pedestrians walk past a closed pet shop in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China, January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 19, 2022 
A closed pet shop is seen in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus... 
Hong Kong, China 
Closed pet shop in Hong Kong 
A closed pet shop is seen in Mong Kok district after a hamster cull was ordered to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong, China, January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
Wildlife officers with personal protective equipment walk outside a temporarily closed pet shop, after... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hongkong 
Wildlife officers with personal protective equipment walk outside a temporarily closed pet shop, after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
Wildlife officers with personal protective equipment enter a temporarily closed pet shop, after the government... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hongkong 
Wildlife officers with personal protective equipment enter a temporarily closed pet shop, after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
A wildlife officer with personal protective equipment is seen outside a temporarily closed pet shop,... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hongkong 
A wildlife officer with personal protective equipment is seen outside a temporarily closed pet shop, after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
A wildlife officer with personal protective equipment leaves a temporarily closed pet shop, after the... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hongkong 
A wildlife officer with personal protective equipment leaves a temporarily closed pet shop, after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
A man with personal protective equipment sits inside a vehicle in front of a temporarily closed pet shop... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hong Kong 
A man with personal protective equipment sits inside a vehicle in front of a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
Police officers stand guard outside a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hong Kong 
Police officers stand guard outside a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
Police officers stand guard outside a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize... 
Hong Kong, China 
COVID-19 in Hong Kong 
Police officers stand guard outside a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-PETS
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January 18, 2022 
People stand in front of a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize around... 
Hong Kong, China 
People stand in front of a closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters... 
People stand in front of a temporarily closed pet shop after the government announced to euthanize around 2,000 hamsters in the city after finding evidence for the first time of possible animal-to-human transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hong Kong, China, January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
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