CNN: Denmark plans to cull up to 17 million mink to stop mutated coronavirus
Danish authorities have found five cases of coronavirus in mink farms and several cases in humans. In response, the prime minister has concluded that the virus has mutated in minks and has spread to humans. Efforts to cull infected mink began in June, and one-million were culled in October. Now, the country is poised to turn to all the remaining mink in an effort to control the infection. Click here to read more. Click here for more on COVID-19.