Gorilla Gets Monoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19


One of the eight gorillas in the troop at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California. Some of the gorillas contracted the coronavirus earlier this month. One of the older gorillas received monoclonal antibody therapy as part of his treatment.

An older silverback gorilla in San Diego, Calif., received an array of treatments after it and others in the troop contracted the coronavirus. The therapy came from a supply meant for non-humans.

(Image credit: Ken Bohn/San Diego Zoo Global )

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