Los Angeles Public Health (LAPH) announced that as of August 20, it now has funding from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists to start swabbing Sparky in search of Chinese Germs.
"This project will help us to learn more about Covid-19 from a One Health perspective, meaning that we can learn more about the significance of Covid-19 in human, animal, and environmental relationships," LAPH said.
"Some of the funds will support local testing of animals for SARS-CoV-2. We will partner with and offer free testing to various animal care facilities and agencies throughout LA County. Our goal is to test many different species of animals including wildlife (deer, bats, raccoons), pets (dogs, cats, hamsters, pocket pets), marine mammals (seals), and more."
Communist China, by the way, is now doing the exact same thing, except the government there is requiring that fishermen test themselves and their catch when porting.
In LA, the program is voluntary but encouraged as officials aim to probe with cotton swab sticks the body of every living creature – including anally – as part of a multi-year fetish obsession with the plandemic.
LAPH says it has already tested some 177 different dogs, cats, bats, raccoons, skunks, rats and sea lions. Not a single one of them has tested "positive" yet, we are told.
It is unclear why the CDC sent any money to LA for such a program when its own website states that "there is no evidence that animals play a significant role in spreading SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, to people."
The agency's guidelines suggest that people who believe they might have a case of Chinese Germs simply stay away from animals, livestock and wildlife and remain in solitary confinement until the fear subsides.
"We don't yet know all of the animals that can get infected," the CDC also says, conflicting itself. "There is a possibility that the virus could infect animals, mutate, and a new strain could spread back to people and then among people (called spillback)."
"More studies and surveillance are needed to track variants and mutations and to understand how SARS-CoV-2 spreads between people and animals."
The University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, in collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society, claims that there have been 717 "SARS-CoV-2 animal events" recorded around the world since February 2020.
An "event," as defined by the school, is "when one single case or several epidemiologically related cases were identified by the presence of viral RNA (proof of infection) and / or antibodies (proof of exposure) in an animal."
On social media, many were critical of LAPH's new animal testing program, calling it ridiculous and a waste of money.
"How many ways can they waste money?" one of them wrote in disgust.
In the comment section on a story about the LAPH program, someone else added that someone is making a lot of money on all this endless, useless and ridiculous testing.
"I mean, why the hell else would they attempt this stupidity?" this person added.
"Government officials love hurting their constituents / slaves," responded another. "Covid-19 is as demonic as they come. And so are the politicians."
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