Beijing. Researchers engaged in tracing the causes of the corona virus epidemic that began in Wuhan, China, have suspected the pangolin reached China through smuggling. According to a study, it is being speculated that antimicrobial pangolin transported through smuggling into China may lead to this epidemic.
This report was published in ‘Nature magazine’. According to this report, the corona virus found in the pangolin brought to China through smuggling from other countries and the Kovid-19 does not have much similarity to claim the whole thing or say that this organism is a corona epidemic. Is responsible for spreading.
Ban on sale and purchase of pangolin
In this regard, many experts, including researchers from the University of Hong Kong, said that pangolin is the second mammal that is the career of corona virus. He said that to prevent any viral disease in future, it is necessary to strictly prohibit the purchase and sale of pangolin.
SARS-COV-2 virus mine near Bat
Researchers believe that from the evidence found so far, bats are an organism whose life-threatening SARS-COV-2 virus is found in abundance. Which organisms came into contact with bats, the virus reached the human body is still a mystery.
Sea creatures are not responsible
The suspicion that sea creatures had expressed as soon as the corona spread was dispelled a few days later. After this, pangolin is believed to be the only possible organism from which this disease can be feared. In China, it is used in food and medicine.
Pangolins came from Malaya in smuggling
This study report covers 18 pangolin samples smuggled from Malaya to South China between August 2017 and January 2018. Five of these were found to have SARS-COV-2 viruses that belong to the corona family. Similarly, this dangerous virus was found in three pangolins seized from smugglers in two more provinces of China. Researchers said that these samples and the sequence of SARS-COV-2 found in the human body found a distinct difference, on the basis of which it cannot be said from the claim that the virus spread from the pangolin to the human body.