Coronavirus: Goats invade a neighborhood in California, says resident

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Goats have invaded a California neighborhood, eating the plants and moving as a herd while humans remain under a “stay at home” order, according to a video one of the residents posted on Twitter.

“When I got back from the store, all the goats had broken through the fence and were recking havoc on our street,” said Zach Roelands.

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As humans worldwide remain under partial or total lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, animals have found a new freedom in roaming the streets and playing in the wilderness.

Al Arabiya English has rounded up videos from around the world showing animals living their best lives while humans are “locked away.” Check it out here.

Public health experts have credited the stay-home orders in the US with slowing the spread of novel coronavirus, helping hospitals handle an influx of cases.

The coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. But it has killed more than 80,000 people in the US, with the death toll rising.

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