I wouldn't be surprised if this version didn't eventually infect pets, but it may never happen, we'll just have to wait and see.
In the meantime, my pets, and any other pets of sheltering in place people, should not be having contact with anyone other than people who aren't close to anyone else anyway.
And, if it does turn out that dogs/cats can catch it, now or in the future, hopefully it will only manifest as a mild case, as it does with many dogs and the canine version.
I agree that I would like to see the science. But, I'll wager that there may be less time spent on it right now. It may have to wait until some time in the future for us to know one way, or the other. Unless, someone just decides to throw themselves into the research.
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