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thousands of mink corpses emerged from the ground again! what reason? The Danish mink industry was devastated and Prime Minister apologized in tears

thousands of mink corpses emerged from the ground again! what reason? The Danish mink industry was devastated and Prime Minister apologized in tears

In the burial ground, thousands of mink corpses emerged from the ground again! what reason? The Danish mink industry was devastated and the Prime Minister apologized in tears…

The Danish government’s plan to order the fight against all mink farms in the country has been controversial.

After publicly admitting that the executive order has no legal basis, Danish Prime Minister Fraserricksen visited mink farmers in the southern city of the country on the 26th local time, and rarely cried in the interview

He said that he would Provide some compensation to all mink farmers.

Danish Prime Minister Meter Fraseriksen: We visited two generations of very professional mink owners. They are a father and son. Their job was completely wiped out because of the sudden (COVID-19) and I’m sorry, it was very painful for them, and it was the same for me.

Earlier this month, the Danish government announced that nearly 400 human coronavirus infections had been found to be related to diseased mink on farms, and decided to kill more than 17 million mink in nearly 1,200 farms across the country. At the same time, the government also intends to ban the national mink farming until December 31 next year.

Mink farmers believe that this series of government measures will end the mink farming industry in Denmark. In response, Fraserrickson said on the same day that it was not the fault of farmers to catch the novel coronavirus, and all mink farmers in Denmark would receive appropriate compensation.

The majority of the members of the Danish Parliament believe that the slaughter of healthy mink should be stopped before the compensation plan is officially implemented. On the other hand, thousands of buried mink bodies have recently surfaced at a burial site in western Denmark.

In response, the Danish Veterinarian and Food Administration said that during the decay of the mink body, some gas will be formed, causing the body to expand, and it is a natural phenomenon for the body to be squeezed out of the ground.

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