WSU to begin COVID-19 testing
Will start working with human samples; four new cases reported on the Palouse.
Moscow Pullman Daily
WSU begins analyzing COVID-19 samples, as testing supplies run short and results lag
Washington State University will begin analyzing samples for the COVID-19 virus in Pullman.
Washington State University to begin processing COVID-19 tests
Washington State University is set to begin processing hundreds of daily tests on human samples for COVID-19.
Washington State University to begin human testing for COVID-19
Washington State University will start processing hundreds of daily tests on human samples for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease known as COVID-19.
Researchers study how often household pets contract COVID-19
WSU researchers, in cooperation with University of Washington’s Center for One Health Research, are studying how often household pets can contract COVID-19.
WSU is testing animals for COVID-19 to learn more about how the virus moves between species
Good news for pet owners: The chance of contracting the coronavirus from four-legged household members is unlikely, research so far shows.
Washington State University researchers studying COVID-19 and pets
Many pet owners may be wondering if they can catch the coronavirus or pass it along to their pet.
Team of UW and WSU researchers study if pets are safe from COVID-19
As knowledge of COVID-19 transmission continues to expand, veterinarians and researchers are working to determine how companion animals fit into the equation.
The UW Daily
Can you infect your dog, cat or ferret with the coronavirus? WSU and UW researchers want to find out
Kuehl and her colleagues hope to collect samples from at least 100 other pets across King County in the coming weeks as part of a research project to understand the way the virus spreads to domestic animals.
UW, WSU study testing whether pets are vulnerable to COVID-19
While veterinarians have said in the past that there’s little evidence COVID-19 can be spread to or from pets, a coalition of Washington researchers are hoping to gain more insight.
WADDL tests pets for COVID-19
The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory began testing pet animals early April to determine if pets have COVID-19.
The Real Reason Veterinarians Gave a Tiger a Covid-19 Test
It’s hard for humans in New York City to get a test for the coronavirus. So when a Bronx Zoo tiger tested positive for Covid-19, it invited some questions.
WSU laboratory begins testing animals for COVID-19
The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL) on Washington State University’s campus has begun testing animals for COVID-19.
Ruling out a cat-coronavirus connection
Researchers say there’s no evidence pets can spread the disease.
Moscow Pullman Daily News
WSU laboratory begins limited testing for COVID-19 virus
The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL), on the Washington State University campus in Pullman, has begun limited testing of animal samples for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the causative agent for COVID-19.
Should pets be tested for coronavirus?
“Even though we have no evidence that pets can transmit the virus, we desperately need [more] evidence one way or the other,” says Timothy Baszler, executive director of the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL), which announced 2 weeks ago that it had developed a COVID-19 test for pets.