A tiger and two lions in a Swedish zoo infected with the Coronavirus, the 17-year-old tiger has been killed for it

January 26th, the Swedish Public Health Agency held a press conference stating that 95 cases of mutated new coronavirus infections first discovered in the UK have been confirmed in Sweden, and 3 cases of mutated new coronavirus infections were found in South Africa. 

Sweden updated travel advice for the United Kingdom, South Africa, Brazil and Norway on the same day. 

A local TV station reported that one tiger and two lions in the “Bros Zoo” in southern Sweden have been confirmed to have contracted the Coronavirus pandemic. 

As a result, the 17-year-old tiger Nastas has been killed and the relevant departments of the zoo have also been quarantined.

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