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Scientists Find New Coronavirus That Normally Infects Dogs In Malaysian Pneumonia Patient

A report in the Clinical Infectious Disease journal identified the virus in samples taken from hospital patients in Sarawak back in 2018, a year before COVID-19

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According to the paper written by a team of scientists from around the world — including the US, Malaysia, and China — the case is believed to be the first canine coronavirus isolated in a human patient, reported South China Morning Post.

Researchers from Duke University and Malaysia had discovered the virus while working on a project studying the causes of pneumonia and creating viral detection capacity in Sarawak.

Following the outbreak of the global pandemic last year, Dr Gregory…

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