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" ... Not surprisingly, viruses also can be transmitted from humans to other animals. Sometimes referred to as reverse zoonoses, these spillover events mirror the dynamics of animal-to-human transmissions. The virus may adapt to its new host and spread from animal to animal, or the animal may be a dead-end host. The biggest difference between zoonoses and reverse zoonoses? We are much less likely to observe these reverse zoonotic events. Think about it. If a novel virus is transmitted to a human and causes severe disease, healthcare providers will take note. If a virus is transmitted from a human to an animal, will it be noticed? Probably not. ... "
" ... Several are working on the One Health Initiative which unites the public, animal and plant health to prevent further outbreaks of zoonoses. The Global Commons Alliance, for example, works alongside RPA to reverse negative trends in biodiversity. ... "
" ... There’s no previous presence of the disease in animals. Certain pathogens (called zoonoses) prefer to infect animals more than humans, which means they are usually spreading between animals before humans get infected. When the infection crosses into humans, we call it a “spillover” event. Seeing human infections before animal infections with a zoonosis could be a clue that someone has intentionally started an outbreak. Although similar coronaviruses are present in bats, this particular coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has not yet been recovered from bats. Therefore, the jury is still out on this clue and is one reason to study coronaviruses in China, in order to compare SARS-CoV-2 with other coronaviruses circulating in bats or other animals to understand how it might have spilled over to humans. ... "