FROM THE CANADIAN AGRICULTURAL RESOURCE COUNCIL (1):
Has there Been Animal-to-Human Infection in Canada?There is currently no evidence to suggest that this virus is circulating in animals in Canada. It is possible that some types of animals may be able to get infected with COVID-19, but it is not yet clear whether they would show symptoms.There are still many unknowns about COVID-19 and this is an area that remains to be studied and understood.Until we know more, if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and have contact with animals:
- avoid close contact with them
- avoid coughing and sneezing on the animals
- have another member of your staff care for the animals
- if this is not possible, always wash your hands before touching or feeding them
- limit the animal’s contact with other people and animals do not snuggle or kiss them, or let them lick you, sit on your lap, or sleep in your bed.
 CAHRC is committed to clear and regular communications to benefit you and your employees. These recommendations will be updated as more information becomes available.  https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coro… If you have questions about managing your workers and business during this difficult time, please contact CAHRC. We will endeavour to answer your questions as quickly as possible and will include a Frequently Asked Questions section on this page to ensure everyone has access to the latest information.