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Thousands of canine, like Winston, and feline specimens have been tested and obtained no positive COVID-19 results, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. Keep pets away from infected people and keep them well groomed.
—LSU AgCenter/Randy LaBauve

Veterinarian: Pets cannot spread coronavirus

BATON ROUGE — Some people are concerned that pets can catch or spread the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.

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LSU AgCenter 4-H coordinator suggests that parents set rules and procedures for how children should behave while home alone. What activities are they allowed to do, and what is off limits? See more tips in related story.

La. 4-H offers tips to keep kids safe at home alone

BATON ROUGE— With Louisiana schools shuttered for the next few weeks in an effort to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, many children may find themselves at home alone.



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