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DOG’S STRIFE Dog-owners are 78% more likely to catch Covid, study claims – as experts rate risky activities

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DOG-OWNERS are 78 per cent more likely to catch the coronavirus, experts claim. They say pet owners should take hygiene seriously when they're out with their pooches. Scientists in Spain looked at different daily activities and rated them according to risk of catching Sars-Cov-2. They claim supermarket home deliveries are more risky than visiting a shop in person. The researchers surveyed 2,086 people in Spain and around 41 per cent of the participants were aged between 40 and 54 years old. The study, published in the journal Environmental Research, by the University of Granada and the Andalusian School of Public…

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