Nearly 17 million mink to be culled in Denmark over mutated strain of coronavirus


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Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said during a press conference that the country is going to cull nearly 17 million mink after the discovery of a mutated version of the novel coronavirus at mink farms. The PM said the mutation "could pose a risk that future vaccines won't work the way they should," while adding that it is necessary to cull the minks. Denmark is the world's biggest producer of mink fur.