• Data released by China suggests COVID-19 virus may have come from raccoon dogs and 'strengthens' Wuhan wet-market theory

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Raccoon dogs are small vulpine animals native to East Asia. Getty Images
    Newly released genetic data from Wuhan has found raccoon dog DNA blended with the COVID-19 virus.
    WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus slammed China for not sharing the data earlier.
    Since the first COVID-19 death in Wuhan on January 11, 2020, the virus has killed 6,873,477 people worldwide.
    Newly released genetic data from the wet market near where scientists discovered the first human cases of COVID-19 has shown raccoon-dog DNA blended with the virus. According to The Atlantic , one of the first outlets to report the...
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