Suspected Cat-to-Human Transmission of SARS-CoV-2, Thailand, July–September 2021
Thanit Sila, Jutapoln Sunghan, Wison Laochareonsuk, Smonrapat Surasombatpattana, Chanon Kongkamol, Thammasin Ingviya, Pisud Siripaitoon, Narongdet Kositpantawong, Siripen Kanchanasuwan, Thanaporn Hortiwakul, Boonsri Charernmak, Ozioma Forstinus Nwabor, Kachornsakdi Silpapojakul, and Sarunyou Chusri
Author affiliations: Prince of Songkla University Faculty of Medicine, Songkhla, Thailand (T. Sila, W. Laochareonsuk, S. Surasombatpattana, C. Kongkamol, T. Ingviya, P. Siripaitoon, N. Kositpantawong, S. Kanchanasuwan, T. Hortiwakul, B. Charernmak, O.F. Nwabor, K. Silpapojakul, S. Chusri); Prince of Songkla University Faculty of Veterinary Science, Songkhla (J. Sunghan)
Figure 1. Timeline of suspected cat-to-human transmission of SARS-CoV-2, Thailand, August 2021.
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