China allows the reopening of the animal market which has been suspected as the initial source of the emergence of the corona virus.
China was the first country to be free from the Covid-19 corona virus and re-organize their lives. The lockdown policy imposed by the Chinese government is planned to be lifted on April 8, 2020, after new infectious corona patients approach zero cases.In recent days, China has not reported any additional cases. Wuhan residents were preparing to restart their activities, after two months of living in a lockdown.
In the midst of the good news, the world community actually got news that made many people angry. World highlights the news of the reopening of the animal market in China. The Chinese government allowed the reopening of the animal market which had been suspected as the initial source of the emergence of the corona virus on Monday, March 30, 2020.
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Market Activity Returns to Normal
Thousands of buyers thronged the animal market in China, which is a sign that Chinese citizens are rebuilding their lives after the pandemic that could make the world community down.Residents flocked to markets in the Southwest City of Guilin, where wild animals such as bats, scorpions, dogs and cats are held.Tightness of the Guilin Market marks the normal return of Chinese community activity.
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Current Market Overview in China
This animal market usually sells bats, animals blamed for the Covid-19 corona crisis, along with scorpions, as well as dogs and cats.A number of wild animals sold there are intended as traditional medicine, according to an investigation conducted by The Mail On Sunday, as reported by the Metro page .” Rabbits and ducks are slaughtered on dirty stone floors while dogs and cats wait in cages to be sold as food .” he wrote in the article.
While the picture in another meat market in the south of the city of Dongguan, a number of sellers of drugs from bats again put up advertisements to market their merchandise. It is on this market that Covid-19 is believed to be a covid-19 virus infection. This virus is believed to be transmitted to humans from bat animals and the first case involved people who had been in the Wuhan market.