A Shanghai Confirmed 2019-nCoV Case Had Eaten Wildlife in Guangdong | CBCGDF Appeals the Ban Should Last Post-Epidemic
2020/1/29 15:31:00 本站

From 0:00 to 12:00 on Jan 29, 2020, 16 new cases of 2019-nCoV were confirmed in Shanghai, of which 1 case had travel history in Guangdong and had consumed wild animals.


This is why, from the beginning, China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF) has called for an end to the issue of breeding and domesticating permits for wild animals across the country. Current prohibitions should not stop at the end of the epidemic outbreak, because old or new viruses can spread at any time. Hunting, breeding and trading should be banned.


(Photo credit: People's Daily)

By / Maggie