WHO: Multiple ‘patient zero’ could exist, cross-species spreading possible

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video An official with the World Health Organization said there could be more than one COVID-19 “case zero.” He said identifying case zero is a very important aspect of all epidemic investigations. There may be more than one case zero in some situations because there may be more than one species breach.

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