The mutation of the virus continues to plague Denmark: Hundreds of miners have come out of their graves • What led to this?
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"It looks like a nightmarish sight of zombie miners"
Having wiped out a very large percentage of its minke population, Denmark is now facing a new kind of nightmare:
Hundreds of corona-infected miners are bursting from the graves to the surface causing great panic and concern throughout the country in Jutland.
Denmark Police spokesman Thomas Christensen explained: "Since the burial pits are only three meters deep, then the gases formed by the disintegration of the mink bodies push them above the ground, in what looks like a nightmarish sight of zombie mines."
In miners, bred for the fur industry, a dangerous mutation of the corona virus has been discovered that can be transmitted to humans and may be resistant to vaccines currently being developed.
In light of this, the Danish government has decided to eliminate the country's mink farms, which produce 40 percent of the world's fur.
They were killed and buried in mass burial pits three meters deep, but it is now clear that at least some of the animals are breaking out of the ground and endangering the entire area with re-exposure to the new corona mutation.
It should be noted that the Danish Ministry of Health announced a week ago that the miners' mutation was apparently extinct.
Police now plan to dig deeper burial pits to bury the bodies.
However, the various authorities in the Jutland area are concerned about the possibility that liquids from the bodies will contaminate rivers and waterways, so at least two mayors in the area plan to burn the bodies and not bury them again.