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JAKARTA, Indonesia – Two Sumatran tigers recovered in a zoo in Jakarta after contracting coronavirus, Indonesian officials said on Sunday as they examined how endangered animals got sick.

This handout picture, captured and released by the Jakarta government on August 1, 2021, shows a Sumatran tiger locked in a cage at Jakarta’s Ragunan Zoo after Indonesian officials announced it was one is about two tigers recovering from the COVID-19 coronavirus. (Handout / Jakarta Gift / AFP)

Nine-year-old Tino and 12-year-old Hari tested positive in mid-July after experiencing flu-like symptoms, difficulty breathing and loss of appetite.

“Both animals are now healthy,” said Suzi Marsitawati, Director of the Parks and Forest Service in Jakarta.

“We tracked down all the nurses and zookeepers (who were in contact with the tigers) and no one was infected with COVID-19 at the time of their illness,” said Marsitawati.

Indonesia struggles to control its deadliest COVID-19 outbreak since the pandemic began when the highly contagious Delta variant ripped across the archipelago.

The country has reported more than 3.4 million cases and 94,119 virus deaths , but the official balance sheet is generally viewed as a serious undercount due to low testing and traceability rates.