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Did Covid-19 come from Wuhan seafood market? Investigators find fresh clues

Worldwide, Covid-19 has caused more than 105.7 million infections and 2.3 million deaths

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Coronavirus | China | seafood

Jason Gale | Bloomberg  |  Beijing 


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Investigators want to know how the SARS-CoV-2 virus -- whose closest known relative came from bats 1,000 miles away -- spread explosively in Wuhan

Scientists probing the origins of the are wrapping up a lengthy investigation in and have found “important clues” about a Wuhan market’s role in the outbreak.

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First Published: Sun, February 07 2021. 07:14 IST