Washington, ANI. Even as the world is battling the Corona epidemic, the sale of bats and pangolins in China has resumed. Scientists consider China’s move dangerous because the Kovid-19 pandemic has occurred in humans from bats. Various reports suggest that an infection with the virus was first observed in a person from Hubei province of China.
The Washington Examiner quoted a correspondent for ‘A Mail on Sunday’ as saying, “Markets are operating exactly as they were before the outbreak of the epidemic.” But now the security guards are watching these markets for 24 hours. Their focus is on the fact that no one could take pictures of blood-soaked floors, dogs and rabbits being slaughtered. ‘ The seafood market in Wuhan, China is considered to be the center of Corona. The World Health Organization (WHO) also said on January 12, “There are signs that the epidemic is linked to Wuhan’s seafood market.”
Quoting the China-based correspondent, the Washington Examiner wrote, “Everyone here believes that the outbreak of the epidemic has ended and there is nothing to worry about now. It was a foreign problem. ‘ Many scientists, medical experts and animal rights activists have demanded a ban on China’s seafood market, but it seems that the Asian country does not want to learn from its mistakes.