China temporary bans wildlife trade amid coronavirus outbreak

Chinese authorities banned wildlife trade in markets, restaurants and e-commerce platforms across the country as a measure to control the spread of the coronavirus. Death toll from China’s coronavirus outbreak has risen to 106 as over 4,500 cases have been confirmed nationwide.

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