PETA and the Humane Society of the United States have teamed up to launch the “Papas Forever Campaign,” an effort to fight the spread of the parasite.
PETA is urging people to stop using chicken, turkey, pork, or any other animal products from the U.S. and other countries, including Canada, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand.
In the U, chicken is a favorite of poultry farmers, which make billions of dollars from it, as well as the food industry.
But PETA has found that many Americans are eating too much chicken, and PETA hopes its campaign will help consumers understand that the disease can be traced back to the bird, not to the meat.
PEPFAR is an international, non-profit organization that supports research and education on the causes of animal diseases and the development of vaccines.
It’s one of the leading organizations working on animal welfare.
Poultry is one of PETA’s top causes.
“Our hope is that we will have a broad coalition of organizations and public health officials that are interested in working with us to stop the spread and the transmission of chickenpox,” PETA executive director Marlene Tosi said in a statement.
“We hope to expand this campaign to other countries in the coming months.”
The campaign is designed to educate people about the health risks and to get people to do something about the disease, Tosi added.
The group has also created a website to help people with chicken allergies get vaccinated.