Government documents show that dogs can be carriers of the deadly ebola virus and must therefore be put down.
The issue got new attention when Dallas health workers said that they wouldn’t be executing
GotNews.com researcher Shannon Knutsen points to a study from Gabon that shows that dogs can be carriers.
— Shannon Knutsen (@STKnutsen) October 12, 2014
In Spain, hundreds protested the euthanasia of the dog of a Spanish nurse.
— ITV News (@itvnews) October 11, 2014
In the U.S., Americans concerned about Ebola wanted to know just one thing in a CDC chat: Can their dogs get it?
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) October 12, 2014
There’s been lots of protesting the admission of Liberians from West Africa who may carry the virus but at least there are questionnaires.
How do you ask a dog if it has Ebola?