Chinese Market Responsible For Coronavirus Is Back To Business As Usual

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Despite the pandemic sweeping the globe, live animals are still for sale in Chinese food markets that reopened after the country declared victory over coronavirus.

According to in-country correspondents with the Daily Mail, 

cages of cats, dogs, and other live animals waiting for slaughter is again a common sight in the Chinese food markets. The unsanitary preparations of animals in these “wet-markets” is the reason for the outbreak in the first place.

The filthy markets had been shut down by Chinese authorities in January after facts emerged suggesting that coronavirus was initially transmitted to humans through bats and other live animals sold in these disgusting places of commerce. But now that China claims to have beaten the virus, it’s business as usual in the markets.

According to a Daily Mail correspondent who observed the markets re-opening Dongguan, “The markets have gone back to operating in exactly the same way as they did before coronavirus. The only difference is that security guards try to stop anyone taking pictures which would never have happened before.”

However, images have also begun to circulate on social media of traditional Chinese for sale in the newly reopened wet markets. Jim Cramer, CNBC host even tweeted out a video of live scorpions squirming on sticks for sale.

Even though China claims to have beaten COVID-19, many are skeptical about how honest the Chinese Communist Party has been in reporting facts throughout the pandemic. National Review claims to have identified many instances in which China lied about the seriousness of the situation within its borders.

China claims to have recorded 82,342 cases of the virus with the first case appearing in Wuhan back in November, but who knows if that is really true?

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