Mitigating risk of interspecies transmission of COVID-19 in Farmville, Virginia
Feline infection and spread of COVID-19 has been a result of human-mediated spread of SARS-CoV-2 viral bodies on a global scale. Humans have shown potential as a transmission vector to spread COVID-19 to felines, as well as other species, and there is evidence of transmission from other species (bats, ferrets) to humans.
Hedrick, Kathryn; Grubb, Adonel; and Diehl, Giselle, "Mitigating risk of interspecies transmission of COVID-19 in Farmville, Virginia" (2021). Spring Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry. 130.