David Wiebers and Valery Feigin, What the COVID-19 crisis is telling humanity


Humans share their biology with other animals and in each of their actions should consider the consequences for all life. A series of measures can be taken by governments and individuals that would minimise inter-specific transfer of pathogens from wildlife and reduce the development of antimicrobial resistance.

Author Biography

Donald M. Broom is Emeritus Professor of Animal Welfare at Cambridge University, Department of Veterinary Medicine and St Catharine's College. His research concerns the scientific assessment of animal welfare, cognitive abilities of animals, ethics of animal usage and sustainable farming. Website