Can Lumpy skin disease of cows affect humans? I GNP Sir

Can Lumpy skin disease of cows infect humans,
Can lumpy skin disease spread to humans,
What is lumpy skin disease in humans,
How is lumpy skin transmitted,
Can lumpy skin disease affect dogs,
Zoonosis of lumpy skin disease,
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Topics covered in this video include the zoonotic significance of Lumpy skin disease of cows. Watch till the end to find the zoonotic significance of this disease.
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⭕Prof Govind Narayan Purohit (GNP sir) has experience of more than 35 years of teaching, research and extension in animal reproduction; having more than 225 research publications and is the former Dean Post Graduate Studies, and University Head (Veterinary Gynecology and Obstetrics) the Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India.
He is the Editor of Bubaline Theriogenology at the International Veterinary Information Service, New York, and Domestic Animal Obstetrics published by Lambert Academic Publishers Germany.

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