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Denmark to dig up thousands of mink after carcasses emerge from graves

Denmark plans to dig up thousands of dead mink culled to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, after the animals started to rise out of their mass graves.
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Denmark to dig up thousands of dead mink after carcasses emerge from mass graves

Denmark plans to dig up thousands of dead mink culled to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, after the animals started to rise out of their mass graves.
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Denmark to dig up thousands of dead mink

Denmark plans to dig up thousands of dead mink culled to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, after the animals started to rise out of their mass graves.
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DR Sales Scores Deals on Hit Danish Drama ‘Cry Wolf’ (EXCLUSIVE)

DR Sales, the distribution division of Denmark’s public broadcaster DR, has closed a raft of deals on “Cry Wolf,” a searing social drama created by Maja Jul Larsen (“Borgen”) and co-directed by Pernille Fischer Christensen (“Becoming Astrid”). The eight-episode limited series tells the intense and emotional story of a teenage girl who has written a […]
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"What do you do when the masses of minks that you hastily killed and buried because of covid-19 fears start rising up from the grave?..."

"The government had admitted that at least some of the minks killed improperly were also buried improperly. Two gravesites in Jutland, Denmark’s northern region and the home to most of its mink farm industry, have become points of concerns over risks that the decomposing animals could affect nearby water. Some dead minks have surfaced because the top soil above them was not heavy enough. The Danish press dubbed them 'Zombiemink.'... On Thursday, the Danish prime minister [Mette Frederikson] visi...
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Denmark could dig up and cremate mink killed in Covid cull

Fears nitrogen and phosphorus could be released in large quantities into soil at grave sitesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDenmark’s government is considering exhuming and cremating the remains of millions of culled mink after decaying carcasses started to emerge from a hastily dug grave.After a mutated version of Covid-19 was found in the animals, the prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, announced a cull in early November of the estimated 15-17 million mink in Denmark...
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Escaped infected Danish mink could spread Covid in wild

Scientists fear fur farm animals in wild could create ‘lasting’ Covid reservoir that could then spread back to humansEscaped mink carrying the virus that causes Covid-19 could potentially infect Denmark’s wild animals, raising fears of a permanent Sars-CoV-2 reservoir from which new virus variants could be reintroduced to humans.Denmark, the world’s largest exporter of mink fur, announced in early November that it would cull the country’s farmed mink after discovering a mutated version of the vi...
Tags: Health, Europe, Animals, Environment, World news, Infectious Diseases, Wildlife, Animal Welfare, Microbiology, Denmark, Vaccines and immunisation, Coronavirus


Thousands of mink culled over COVID fears rise from a mass grave in Denmark

Police in Denmark say thousands of the dead animals were pushed back up through the soil by pressure caused by gasses from decomposition.
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Coronavirus: Calls in Denmark to dig up millions of dead mink

The hasty mass burial of animals infected with coronavirus was declared illegal.
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Culled Mink Rise From the Dead To Denmark's Horror (slashdot)

Dead mink are rising from their graves in Denmark after a rushed cull over fears of a coronavirus mutation led to thousands being slaughtered and buried in shallow pits -- from which some are now emerging. From a report: "As the bodies decay, gases can be formed," Thomas Kristensen, a national police spokesman, told the state broadcaster DR. "This causes the whole thing to expand a little. In this way, in the worst cases, the mink get pushed out of the ground." Police in West Jutland, where seve...
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Danish PM breaks down after visiting mink farmer whose animals were culled

Denmark’s prime minister broke down in tears Thursday while visiting a mink farmer whose herd was killed on government orders meant to...
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Dead minks infected with a mutated form of COVID-19 rise from graves after mass culling

Minks infected with a mutated strain of COVID-19 in Denmark have "risen" from the dead, igniting a national frenzy and calls to cremate carcasses.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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'Zombie minks' in Denmark that were killed to stop spread of coronavirus appear to rise from their graves

Minks infected with a mutated strain of the novel coronavirus appeared to rise from the grave this week after thousands were culled in...
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Coronavirus live news: fears African vaccinations may not start until mid-2021; Croatia closes all restaurants

Health campaigners fear Africa near the back of queue for vaccines; weddings also banned in Croatia; Swedish royals test positiveUS cases, hospitalisations and deaths rise amid Thanksgiving rushSurge of Aids-related deaths feared as Covid pandemic puts gains at riskChristmas and Covid: is mixing households a good idea?See all our coronavirus coverage 4.22pm GMT Denmark’s prime minister Mette Frederiksen was moved to tears on Thursday when visiting a mink farmer who lost his herd following th...
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Slaughtered Danish mink rise from grave

In a panicked response to a new strain of coronavirus spreading through the nation's mink, Denmark began slaughtering some 17 million of the animals and hastily burying the bodies. The dead mink are now reportedly rising from their graves, horrifying locals and generating what USA Today describes as "a national frenzy." — Read the rest
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Culled Mink Rise From the Dead To Denmark's Horror

Dead mink are rising from their graves in Denmark after a rushed cull over fears of a coronavirus mutation led to thousands being slaughtered and buried in shallow pits -- from which some are now emerging. From a report: "As the bodies decay, gases can be formed," Thomas Kristensen, a national police spokesman, told the state broadcaster DR. "This causes the whole thing to expand a little. In this way, in the worst cases, the mink get pushed out of the ground." Police in West Jutland, where seve...
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Thousands of mink culled over COVID fears rise from a mass grave in Denmark

Police in Denmark say thousands of the dead animals were pushed back up through the soil by pressure caused by gasses from decomposition.
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Culled mink resurface after burial in Denmark

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Some of the thousands of mink culled to minimize the risk of them re-transmitting the new coronavirus to...
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‘Zombie’ Minks Culled Over COVID-19 Fears Are Rising From Their Mass Graves

Gases are causing the carcasses of minks culled in Denmark to be pushed out of the ground.
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ENOUGH ALREADY, 2020

‘Zombie’ minks rise from Denmark’s mass graves after COVID-19 slaughter (Thanks to John Lobert, Janice Gelb and Rick Day)
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Dead mink infected with a mutated form of COVID-19 rise from graves after mass culling

Mink infected with a mutated strain of COVID-19 in Denmark have “risen” from the dead, igniting a national frenzy and calls to cremate carcasses.
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'Zombie' minks rise from Denmark's mass graves after COVID-19 slaughter

Minks massacred amid a coronavirus outbreak in Denmark appeared to rise from the grave like zombies due to a bizarre biological...
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Culled mink rise from the dead to Denmark's horror

Carcasses rose to surface at improvised mass grave owing to gases from decompositionCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDead mink are rising from their graves in Denmark after a rushed cull over fears of a coronavirus mutation led to thousands being slaughtered and buried in shallow pits – from which some are now emerging.“As the bodies decay, gases can be formed,” Thomas Kristensen, a national police spokesman, told the state broadcaster DR. “This causes the whole thing ...
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Denmark's culled minks rise from mass grave

Denmark's culled minks rise from mass grave
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Bloated carcasses of the mink culled by Denmark to stop the spread of a COVID-19 strain are surfacing from their mass graves

A composite image of mink risen to the surface of their mass graves, and a caged Danish mink. DR / Ritzau Scanpix/Mads Claus Rasmussen via Reuters Bloated mink carcasses have risen up and resurfaced from mass graves in Denmark, according to local media.  Denmark has begun a mass cull of its 17 million mink after a new strain of COVID-19, transmissible to humans, was discovered on some farms. A Danish police spokesman told broadcaster DR that gases in the decaying bodies cause the "whole th...
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Emily Kristine Pedersen is a star on the rise after back-to-back Tour wins

Denmark's Emily Kristine Pedersen is a star on the rise, with back-to-back Ladies European Tour (LET) wins in November l, the Copenhagen native is already assured of winning the 2020 Order of Merit title with a tournament to spare.
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Bjerregaard seeks to join Grace in Alfred Dunhill golf history

Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark. Photo by Luke Walker/Getty Images) Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard will seek to become only the second golfer in history to win both the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and its sister tournament the Alfred Dunhill Championship when he tees it up in the latter at Leopard Creek Golf Club from 26-29 November.Bjerregaard won th...
Tags: Scotland, Sport, South Africa, Golf, European Tour, Denmark, St Andrews, Kruger National Park, Branden Grace, Alfred Dunhill, Alfred Dunhill Championship, Lucas Bjerregaard, Bjerregaard, Thorbjørn Olesen, Branden, Johann Rupert


Coronavirus live news: Swedish nursing homes criticised for Covid handling; Germany mulls 10-people Christmas rule

Swedish watchdog condemned serious shortcomings after thousands die in nursing homes; Angela Merkel to discuss plan with state premiersOxford/ AstraZeneca vaccine has up to 90% efficacyLatest vaccine to be sold to developing countries at cost priceFrench man fined for breaking lockdown to ‘smash a guy’s face in’Shanghai Covid outbreak ‘traced to cargo from North America’ 12.17pm GMT An outbreak of coronavirus among mink in Denmark led the country to announce a mass cull of the 15-17m animals...
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Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark share stunning photo to mark new milestone

The Danish royal palace has shared a stunning new photo of Prince Joachim and Princess...
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what i'm reading: beaten down, worked up: the past, present, and future of american labor

Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and Future of American Labor by Steven Greenhouse is exactly what the subtitle says: a history and analysis of the rise, decline, and re-emergence of the labour movement in the United States. Although the context is American, the lessons in the stories easily apply to Canada, and perhaps globally, to labour movements everywhere. Greenhouse covered labour issues for The New York Times for more than 30 years. It's obvious that the research for Beaten D...
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