The Source of Wuhan Virus Has been Confirmed Now!

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On January 22nd, Gao Fu, the director of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, said at a press conference that the source of the new coronavirus was the wild animals, who were illegally sold in the South China Seafood Market in Wuhan. As per the current epidemiological knowledge, the Wuhan Pneumonia is not susceptible to young people such as children.

Since then, not only the mainstream media, but also a large number of netizens, both have called on the whole society to learn from this lesson and never to eat any wild animals via all the social platforms in China.

The poster released by People's Daily

Translation: For the safety of our lives, for the public safety of all mankind, for the maintenance of the diversified ecology of nature, forbid the game market and control our mouths!

Early Investigation

As early as December 31st, 2019, the news staff had already visited South China Seafood Market in Wuhan, and found that discarded rabbit heads and other animal offal were scattered in the corner of the Sixth Street in the west of the market. The owner of a stall told the news staff that not long ago, there were several stalls who were selling wild animals, including pheasants, snakes and many other creatures, but now they are all closed. In the neighborhood, the news staff also found several empty iron cages near some stalls. When the owners of these stalls were asked if there was a problem of wild animals for sale, they denied vigilantly, and claimed that they didnt know anything about it.

The closed South China Seafood Market

On January 21st, 2020, through investigation, it was confirmed that there were stalls who specialized in selling wild animals in the market, but they have been closed at present. Here was a partial price list of one store, showing the prices of the wild animals such as bamboo rats, wild civets, beavers and badgers.

Reminder From the Ministry of Public Security

Article 27 of the Law of the People's Republic of China on the Protection of Wildlife: it is prohibited to sell, purchase and utilize the wildlife under special state protection and its products. 

Article 32: it is prohibited to provide trading services for illegal sale, purchase and use of wildlife and its products or prohibited hunting and catching tools in trading places such as online trading platforms and commodity trading markets.

If you find the above illegal act, please report it to the police in time!

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