Experts warn that animals can transmit the diseases from humans, pets and pets’ feces.
The CDC recommends that animals stay at least 30 feet away from human-to-human transmission.
The virus is transmitted through contact with contaminated or contaminated surfaces.
The CDC’s website says, “Exposure to infectious animals can lead to an increased risk of contracting chikunya and herpes.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also advises people to wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling animals, including dogs and cats, and when preparing food.
The agency says: “For the most part, washing hands and other surfaces are safe to use for animals and are often the safest means of handling these animals.
However, when preparing foods, it is important to use soap and warm water.”
CDC says to avoid handling animals with their mouths open or in the air.