Experts say the conditions in wet markets increase the chances of a virus jumping from animals to humans. Photo: Simon Song Experts say the conditions in wet markets increase the chances of a virus jumping from animals to humans. Photo: Simon Song
Experts say the conditions in wet markets increase the chances of a virus jumping from animals to humans. Photo: Simon Song

Bat virus? Bioweapon? What the science says about Covid-19 origins

  • Speculation about the emergence of the new coronavirus is spreading almost as quickly as the pandemic
  • Scientists believe some pathways are more probable than others

Topic |   Coronavirus China
Experts say the conditions in wet markets increase the chances of a virus jumping from animals to humans. Photo: Simon Song Experts say the conditions in wet markets increase the chances of a virus jumping from animals to humans. Photo: Simon Song
Experts say the conditions in wet markets increase the chances of a virus jumping from animals to humans. Photo: Simon Song
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