PETA Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources and Updates
Check here for PETA updates and resources regarding the new coronavirus/COVID-19. Our groundbreaking work to help animals isn't slowing down.
New PETA evidence reveals that 22 universities killed a total of 25,000 animals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A fan of Earth Day but stuck on how to contribute? PETA’s witty ad ending with “or put a cork in it” will have you laughing and learning how to help the planet.
A fur farm in Spain has documented bird flu spreading from mammal to mammal. If you’re sick of global pandemics, help PETA urge fashion houses to ban fur.
Ventilation Shutdown, Firefighting Foam, and Other Cruel Methods Used to Kill Animals for ‘Disease Control’
What are ventilation shutdown and VSD Plus? Keep reading to find out how farms cruelly kill animals for “disease control.”
When in Rome … ban fur factory farming! PETA entities have campaigned for the Italian government to stop the skinning of sensitive minks for fur, and it has voted to do just that.
As the pandemic, which scientists believe originated in a wet market, rages on, PETA India reveals that wet markets are still illegally killing and selling wildlife and dogs for meat.
Rutgers University went on a killing spree of animals used in experiments deemed “non-critical” during its COVID-19 shutdown, only to ask for reimbursement from New Jersey taxpayers. We call BS.
As long as tests on animals are a legal requirement, refusing to get the vaccine on ethical grounds won’t help them. So how can you take action?
Explosions in the air can be upsetting to veterans, small children, and anyone else with a sensitivity to loud sounds—but they’re often deadly to dogs and cats.
Researchers examined how eating habits can be linked to COVID-19 severity. What they found may shock you, but it didn’t surprise PETA.
Perhaps PETA Asia’s director should take over as WHO director-general—then we’d get sensible decisions about the welfare of humans and other animals, with no time wasted.
PETA scientists will be virtually presenting at the largest toxicology conference in the world—the 60th SOT Annual Meeting. Here’s how animals will benefit.
A University of Washington official stated that experiments conducted at its primate center were responsible for Moderna’s successful COVID-19 vaccine. It was a lie.
The list of countries with mink COVID-19 outbreaks seems to be growing every day. As the global fur industry collapses, PETA can only say, “We told you so.”
Fur factory farms in Utah are deadly to tens of thousands of minks and a threat to humans, too. Here’s why PETA is calling for their closure in the face of COVID-19.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind