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Studies point to China's <\/b>#HuananMarket<\/b><\/a> as <\/b>#epicenter<\/b><\/a> of <\/b>#Covid19<\/b><\/a>, wildlife trade associated<\/b>The following is excerpted from a statement released by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (#AAAS<\/a>), which is the publisher of the peer-reviewed journal "Science", on July 26, 2022:\/\/Two studies published in #Science<\/a> by #MichaelWorobey<\/a> et al. and #JonathanPekar<\/a> et al. use complementary approaches \u2013 involving spatial and environmental analyses, as well as molecular analyses \u2013 to provide evidence that the Huanan market in #Wuhan<\/a>, China, was the early epicenter for the COVID-19 #pandemic<\/a>. The scientists concluded that SARS-CoV-2 was very likely present in live mammals sold at this market in late 2019 and suggest the virus spilled over into people working or shopping there ... \/\/Read more:https:\/\/www.eurekalert.org\/news-releases\/959879<\/a>Source: AAAS; Canada TV #Jul27<\/a>https:\/\/www.ctvnews.ca\/health\/coronavirus\/studies-suggest-covid-19-likely-emerged-from-wuhan-market-1.6003139<\/a>#WuhanPneumonia<\/a><\/div>\n\n