Continuous Surveillance and Viral Discovery in Animals and Humans are a Core Component of a One-Health Approach to Address Recent Viral Reverse Zoonos

The author examines the risk of zoonosis (the spread of viruses from animals to humans) and reverse zoonosis (the risk of humans spreading viruses to other species, such as pets or wildlife). He notes continuous surveillance of humans and animals is important to reduce these risks.
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