PETA Resources Regarding Animal Experimentation and COVID-19
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.
Urge the U.S. Marines, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the Thai Ministry of Defence to eliminate the use of live animals in Cobra Gold exercises.
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.
In this powerful op-ed, PETA adviser Dr. Lisa Jones-Engel says that despite experimenters’ whining, monkey-tested vaccines repeatedly fail in humans.
As modern science moves away from archaic and cruel tests on animals, experimenters are getting desperate. You won’t believe their latest desperate ploy for attention.
PETA is pushing the scientific community to invest in modern, animal-free research methods in the fight against COVID-19. Here’s why tests on animals are plain bad science.
We need a COVID-19 vaccine, and we can’t waste time on ineffective animal testing. Lucky for us and the whole world, the U.S. government agrees.
PETA is urging universities to account for which animals they deemed noncritical and killed as labs institute their COVID-19 response—and to rethink animal tests entirely.
PETA demands immediate, decisive information about the possible spread of COVID-19 among monkeys imprisoned at the Washington National Primate Research Center.
Around the globe, there are a number of animal-free experiments already underway aimed at developing a vaccine or treatment for COVID-19. Learn more.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has pledged $1 billion for global COVID-19 crisis relief. PETA says, no animal-testing strings attached, please.
PETA has grave concerns for the monkeys locked up at the federally funded Washington National Primate Research Center in Seattle. Learn why.
The first human trial of a vaccine that could protect against COVID-19 has begun—without lengthy tests on animals being done first. Here’s why this is good news for ALL beings.
We’re demanding that universities tell the public which animals they’ve callously deemed disposable or unnecessary and who they plan to kill as a result.
“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