Horse owners in Texas are reporting that their horses are drinking hard water from the tap because of an outbreak of a rare coronavirus.
The horse-drinking-water crisis has hit a new low with some horses and people drinking contaminated water, including a group of Texas teenagers who were drinking horse-derived water, according to Fox News.
The virus has been detected in some horses, but not the public, and there is no known link to humans.
The horses were not sick.
A source familiar with the situation told Fox that the horse-bacteria outbreak is not related to the coronaviruses and is caused by the horse manure and manure dust.
Some horses are not drinking from a tap because they have not been vaccinated, according a report by Texas State University.
Horses are allowed to drink from the water supply if the owner has a vaccine and their owner is on a list of people with the vaccine who are not allowed to feed horses.
But this is the first time that a horse has been infected with the virus and the state has been unable to get a sample from a horse, according the university report.
While the horses were drinking water that did not come from a water supply, some have been allowed to have the vaccine, according Fox.
Some have been drinking the horse’s water for about two months.
It’s not clear how many horses have been infected.
In March, a man in Texas who lived near a farm that supplies horses with drinking water became infected with horse-borne virus and was hospitalized.
The man was able to get his horses vaccinated and to drink their water, and was not infected with any virus.
In June, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported that the outbreak of horse-associated coronaviremia had decreased significantly since June.
The report did not say how many of the horses had been vaccinated.