Future monitoring of viruses in animals and people could shed more light on the path the new coronavirus took. Photo: EPA-EFEFuture monitoring of viruses in animals and people could shed more light on the path the new coronavirus took. Photo: EPA-EFE
Future monitoring of viruses in animals and people could shed more light on the path the new coronavirus took. Photo: EPA-EFE

Six months into coronavirus pandemic, scientists say exact source may never be identified

  • WHO team is expected to meet Chinese health officials this weekend to set parameters for an international investigation
  • But how, where and when the pathogen was first transmitted to a human could remain a mystery, according to experts

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Future monitoring of viruses in animals and people could shed more light on the path the new coronavirus took. Photo: EPA-EFEFuture monitoring of viruses in animals and people could shed more light on the path the new coronavirus took. Photo: EPA-EFE
Future monitoring of viruses in animals and people could shed more light on the path the new coronavirus took. Photo: EPA-EFE
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