Chopping boards used for imported salmon at Xinfadi market were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock Chopping boards used for imported salmon at Xinfadi market were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock
Chopping boards used for imported salmon at Xinfadi market were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus: China halts salmon imports over possible link to Beijing outbreak as consumers leap to conclusions

  • Some restaurants drop salmon from menu while others reel from the impact on their business as public exercise caution
  • But link to infections at Xinfadi market is only a hypothesis, experts say, while Hong Kong’s imported salmon tests negative for coronavirus

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chopping boards used for imported salmon at Xinfadi market were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock Chopping boards used for imported salmon at Xinfadi market were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock
Chopping boards used for imported salmon at Xinfadi market were found to have traces of the coronavirus. Photo: Shutterstock
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