On November 7, local time, the Danish Radio and Television (DR) reported that the mink killed in Denmark will be buried in the military training area. The military training areas of Karup and Holstebro were the first places to bury minks.
These burial areas are designated by the Danish Nature Conservation Agency. The Danish Environmental Protection Agency has ensured that there is no drinking water in every area, away from the risks of nature reserves. However, in the long run, it may be necessary to find more burial sites.
On November 4, the government ordered the killing of 15 to 17 million minks in Denmark. This is because the mutant Coronavirus found in mink has infected humans, which may threaten Coronavirus vaccine developed.
To prevent the virus from spreading from the mink, wrap the mink with a lime layer. So far, nearly 1.9 million minks have been killed. Health Minister Magnus Shunnik stated that all mink in Denmark will be killed on November 16.