UN & WHO should ban China’s seafood market: Australian PM Scott Morrison

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UN & WHO should ban China’s seafood market: Australian PM Scott Morrison

The coronavirus epidemic is wreaking havoc all over the world. More than 11 lakh people have been infected in the world so far by this pandemic and more than 59 thousand people have lost their lives . 
And now the whole world has raised the demand for action against the Chinese food market from where the virus originated. 
UN & WHO should ban China's seafood market: Australian PM Scott Morrison
Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, China
Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said that China’s animal market has become the biggest problem for the world today. Scott Morrison said that all such markets in China, from which such epidemics spread, all such animal markets should be closed. Morrison says that today these Chinese markets are becoming a big threat to the health of the whole world. Morrison has demanded from the WHO and the United Nations that these markets be banned. 
A few days ago, the Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan, China, reopened where the first coronavirus patient was found in December. COVID-19 virus is believed to have originated from this market and spread all over the world. It is being said that earlier in the same market, the virus was transmitted from an animal to a human being. 
Australian PM said on Saturday that China’s animal market has become the biggest threat today, he said this in an interview to Australian News Channel. He said that the coronavirus originated from the animal market and is killing people all over the world. He has appealed to the WHO that the organization should take immediate care of it. 
Let us tell you that, Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan city of China has again started selling bats, cat and dog meat indiscriminately. And this is more intimidating because coronavirus is believed to have originated from bats. 

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