By:Nadeemy Haded

Media reports stated that the first dog found to have been infected with the emerging Corrna virus, recently died in Hong Kong.

According to the Chinese newspaper, "China China Moring Post", the dog died, on Monday, after he was returned to his companions' house following the end of the quarantine imposed on him.

The authorities released the dog after it had a negative corona examination, which gave the suggestion that it had recovered from the disease.

The dog was 17 years old, and it is from the Pomeranian family with thick hair.

The owner of the 60-year-old dog was infected with the Corona virus, but recovered from it later, and the newspaper quoted a Hong Kong official as saying that the owner of the dead dog had refused to dissect it.

The dog, which was found infected last February, is believed to be the first known case of human-to-animal transmission.

Before the dog was infected, the official said, there were no indications that the pets could be infected with the Coruna virus.

Authorities in Hong Kong allowed the dog to be returned to its owner after blood tests were negative, but it is likely that the test results do not mean that the dog was not infected, as no antibodies were found in the pet's body.

And media reports mentioned at the beginning of the outbreak of the Corona virus, that it started in the seafood market in Wuhan, China, after people

Bat meat and snakes.

Source Sky News

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