Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization mission looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, arrives in Wuhan in February. Photo: Kyodo Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization mission looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, arrives in Wuhan in February. Photo: Kyodo
Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization mission looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, arrives in Wuhan in February. Photo: Kyodo

Coronavirus origin may be found in few years, says member of WHO’s China mission

  • Zoologist Peter Daszak thinks researchers will ‘fairly soon’ be able to pin down how animals carrying Covid-19 infected people in Wuhan
  • The team is set to release a report as early as next week on the initial conclusions of their recent trip to trace the source of the pandemic

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization mission looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, arrives in Wuhan in February. Photo: Kyodo Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization mission looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, arrives in Wuhan in February. Photo: Kyodo
Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization mission looking into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, arrives in Wuhan in February. Photo: Kyodo
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