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Rats: With restaurants closed, rodent sightings are increasing - CNN

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Rats sold in the markets and restaurants of Southeast Asia harbour multiple coronaviruses, a study shows. 

New evidence of virus risks from wildlife trade

Disease X-19 – Selected Links

6.18.20

10:54 AM 6/18/2020 – M.N.: Covid-19 and The Big Crazy Rats Invasion: Is there the Epidemiological Association? | Disease X-19: Searching for Answers

most rat-infested cities 2019 – Google Search

Researchers report rare neurological condition in a few COVID-19 patients | CTV News
Calls of Rat Issues in Chicago Increasing During Coronavirus Pandemic, Data Shows – NBC Chicago
9:09 AM 6/18/2020 – Calls of Rat Issues in Chicago Increasing During Coronavirus Pandemic, Data Shows – NBC | TWEETS BY MIKENOV

rat infestation in chicago – Google Search

rats in new york – Google Search

NYC’s rat population may surge due to drop in inspections amid coronavirus – New York Daily News
Gangs of hungry, violent rats take over the streets of U.S. cities
(17) Michael Novakhov on Twitter: “Gangs of hungry, violent rats take over the streets of U.S. cities https://t.co/k8luSym3mZ” / Twitter

Newsweek: Gangs of hungry, violent rats take over the streets of U.S. cities. | M.N.: My Opinion: These “hugry, violent”, cannibalistic, “crazy” rats are suck and psychotic: they lost their senses of smell and taste – which is the symptom of the new, “novel” (Sars-Cov-2) Coronavirus infection, that is why they are not able to find any food and get satiated. This has to be researched and dealt with.

Rashid Brimmage Arrested in Attack on 92-Year-Old Woman | Law & Crime
SARS-CoV-2 found in river water, flags risk for humans, wildlife and livestock

(14) Michael Novakhov on Twitter: “SARS-CoV-2 found in river water, flags risk for humans, wildlife and livestock https://t.co/zCW9Fes9x1” / Twitter
First SARS-CoV-2 detection in river water: implications in low sanitation countries | medRxiv

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