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China’s Wuhan Market Plays an Important role in Spreading Corona: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday that China’s Wuhan market played a key role in spreading the Kovid-19 infection last year. However, the organization said that we will have to explain this in more detail now. The coronavirus is believed to have originated in Wuhan, China. In November last year, the first case of Kovid-19 infection was found in the meat market here.

Chinese authorities decided to close the market in January to stop the spread of the virus and ordered a temporary ban on the trade and consumption of wildlife. The organization said it is clear that Wuhan’s market played a role in the spread of the infection, but what kind it is not clear yet.

WHO’s food safety and zoonotic virus specialist Peter Benn said whether it was a coincidence that the first few cases were detected around Wuhan’s market. He said it is unclear whether the live animal or the infected shopkeeper brought the virus to market.

US Secretary Mike Ponpies said that there is complete evidence that the virus of Kovid-19 is spread from a lab in Wuhan. However, German intelligence reports have raised doubts over Ponpio’s charge. There is no evidence that Kovid-19 is spread by any lab. Scientists in Wuhan had said that it spread naturally.

Peter Benn did not respond to the allegations. He said it took researchers a year to identify the camels as the source of the MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) virus. It is not too late to identify the source of the coronavirus. Peter Benn said that Corona belongs to a group of viruses that originated in both animals and infections, but research on how it spread to humans remains to be seen.

 

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