Vietnam study finds wildlife for human consumption increases risk of spreading coronavirus


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  • Friday, 26 Jun 2020

There are high proportions of positive samples among field rats destined for human consumption, according to the study. — nhandan.com.vn

HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Samples taken from animals in the wild destined for human consumption contain a high proportion of coronavirus, a new study has revealed.

Vietnamese and foreign scientists tested animals at 70 sites across Vietnam.

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