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Denmark culls mink over coronavirus mutation fears
The Danish government will put forward hastily drawn up legislation on Tuesday to back up its order for a mass mink cull after admitting it had no legal basis for the measure aimed at preventing human contagion of a mutated coronavirus strain.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DENMARK-MINK
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November 05, 2020
Minks are seen at Hans Henrik Jeppesen's farm near Soroe, after government's decision to cull his entire...
SOROE, Denmark
Minks are seen at Hans Henrik Jeppesen's farm near Soroe
Minks are seen at Hans Henrik Jeppesen's farm near Soroe, after government's decision to cull his entire herd due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Denmark November 5, 2020. REUTERS/Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DENMARK-MINK
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November 05, 2020
Minks are seen at Hans Henrik Jeppesen's farm near Soroe, after government's decision to cull his entire...
SOROE, Denmark
Minks are seen at Hans Henrik Jeppesen's farm near Soroe
Minks are seen at Hans Henrik Jeppesen's farm near Soroe, after government's decision to cull his entire herd due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Denmark November 5, 2020. REUTERS/Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen
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