Should ‘moist markets’ be banned? I Inside Story

Scientists are nonetheless making an attempt to substantiate the precise supply of the brand new coronavirus sweeping internationally.
It is believed the virus could have jumped from unique animals to people at a market in Wuhan, China.
That is led to rising calls to ban ‘moist markets’, the place many individuals in Asia and different components of the world purchase contemporary meat and greens.
Most of them do not promote wild animals corresponding to bats.
Scientists are however fearful concerning the shut contact between people and wildlife in moist markets.
So, ought to markets like these be banned?

Presenter: Bernard Smith

Visitors:

Trinh Le Nguyen – Govt Director at PanNature, a conservation NGO in Vietnam.

Dr. Muhammad Munir – Virologist at Lancaster College.

Kaddu Sebunya – CEO of the African Wildlife Basis.

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