The task force includes a scientist who was in the team that identified bats as reservoirs for coronaviruses after the Sars outbreak. Photo: Shutterstock The task force includes a scientist who was in the team that identified bats as reservoirs for coronaviruses after the Sars outbreak. Photo: Shutterstock
The task force includes a scientist who was in the team that identified bats as reservoirs for coronaviruses after the Sars outbreak. Photo: Shutterstock

Where did coronavirus originate? These virus sleuths are assessing every theory

  • Bat virus researcher leads task force reviewing what evidence says on theories such as the coronavirus coming from wildlife trade or existing first in Europe
  • Backed by medical journal The Lancet, it comes as the WHO’s coronavirus inquiry continues the search for a scientific breakthrough

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The task force includes a scientist who was in the team that identified bats as reservoirs for coronaviruses after the Sars outbreak. Photo: Shutterstock The task force includes a scientist who was in the team that identified bats as reservoirs for coronaviruses after the Sars outbreak. Photo: Shutterstock
The task force includes a scientist who was in the team that identified bats as reservoirs for coronaviruses after the Sars outbreak. Photo: Shutterstock
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