Scientists are nonetheless attempting to substantiate the precise supply of the new coronavirus sweeping internationally.
It’s believed the virus might have jumped from unique animals to people at a market in Wuhan, China.
That has led to rising calls to ban “moist markets”, the place many individuals in Asia and different elements of the world purchase contemporary meat and greens.
Most of them don’t promote wild animals resembling bats. Scientists are nonetheless nervous in regards to the shut contact between people and wildlife in moist markets.
Ought to markets like these be banned?
Trinh Le Nguyen – government director at PanNature, a conservation NGO in Vietnam
Muhammad Munir – virologist at Lancaster College
Kaddu Sebunya – CEO of the African Wildlife Basis
Supply: Al Jazeera Information