The World Health Organisation has said it sees no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging. Photo: APThe World Health Organisation has said it sees no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging. Photo: AP
The World Health Organisation has said it sees no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging. Photo: AP

Philippines bans chicken imports from Brazil after Chinese reports

  • The temporary ban came after China found traces of Covid-19 in cargoes of imported frozen food from the South American country
  • Brazil accounts for about 20 per cent of the Philippines’ poultry meat imports

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The World Health Organisation has said it sees no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging. Photo: APThe World Health Organisation has said it sees no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging. Photo: AP
The World Health Organisation has said it sees no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging. Photo: AP
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