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SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) - The southern Chinese technology hub of Shenzhen is moving to outlaw the consumption of dogs and cats as the country clamps down on the wildlife trade that scientists suspect led to the coronavirus outbreak.
BEIJING (AFP): China on Monday (Feb 24) declared an immediate and "comprehensive" ban on the trade and consumption of wild animals, a practice believed responsible for the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
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LONDON (Reuters) - One scientific post suggests links between the new coronavirus and AIDS, a second says it may have passed to people via snakes, while a third claims it is a pathogen from outer space.
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JAKARTA: A city in Indonesia's North Sulawesi province known for exotic animals has stopped sales over Covid-19 epidemic (coronavirus) fears, a health official said on Saturday (Feb 15). Tomohon is known for its market that sells meat and live animals including rat, snake, bat and monkey for consumption.
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BEIJING: China cracked down on the sale of exotic species after an outbreak of a new virus in 2002 was linked to markets selling live animals. The germ turned out to be a coronavirus that caused SARS. The ban was later lifted, and the animals reappeared. Now another coronavirus is spreading through China, so far killing 1,380 people and sickening more than 64,000 - eight times the number sickened by SARS.