Several ice creams made in northern China were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock Several ice creams made in northern China were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock
Several ice creams made in northern China were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus in Chinese ice cream raises new alarm over infection via food

  • Products made in Tianjin contained traces that investigation found may have come from Ukrainian milk powder
  • It poses different questions to those around food that would be cooked before consumption, with research scarce on infection through what we eat

Topic |   Coronavirus China
Several ice creams made in northern China were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock Several ice creams made in northern China were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock
Several ice creams made in northern China were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock
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