Jenessa Gjeltema

professor of zoological medicine at UC Davis, and head veterinarian at the Sacramento Zoo

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Three tigers at the San Diego Zoo are feeling a little under the weather today. They have a mild case of COVID-19.

3 fully-vaccinated tigers at San Diego Zoo are suffering breakthrough COVID

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