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WHO investigators visit Wuhan live animal market in COVID-19 probe
The market was the site of a December 2019 outbreak of the virus. Scientists initially suspected the virus came from wild animals sold in the market. The market has since been largely ruled out but it could provide hints to how the virus spread so widely.
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China expands lockdowns, cancels summit, amid new COVID-19 outbreak
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Wuhan river swimmers happy to be back after virus lockdown
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Irresponsible wet market practices led to COVID-19. China hasn’t learned its lesson ǀ View
The US should convene the UN Security Council (UNSC) for an emergency session in order to engage with China and others to seek an immediate cessation of all wet-market activities around the world, provide transparency on that cessation, facilitate international inspection of all relevant sites...
We need to drastically improve animal welfare standards globally to avoid another pandemic ǀ View
A permanent ban is needed, not only on animal markets such as those in Wuhan, but on the live trade, export and inhumane slaughter of all animals. This would not only protect animal welfare, but could also save millions of human lives.
Midnight light show as Wuhan lifts coronavirus lockdown
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