New Oxford Research: new crown long-term global dormancy or not from China

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 New Oxford Research: new crown long-term global dormancy or not from China


Experts from Oxford University believe that the new coronavirus may not have originated in China, the Daily Telegraph reported on the 5th

Dr. Tom Jefferson, senior associate professor at Oxford Universitys Center for evidence-based medicine (CEBM), said there was growing evidence that the new coronavirus had appeared elsewhere before it appeared in Asia. The Oxford University study also suggests that the new coronavirus may hide around the world and be activated in specific circumstances, rather than originating in China.

Spanish virologists announced the detection of a new coronavirus in wastewater samples collected in March 2019. According to a report published on the official website of the Italian National Institute of higher health, the genetic material of the new coronavirus was detected in wastewater samples from the northern Italian cities of Milan and Turin in December 2019. Traces of the new coronavirus were also found in sewage samples in Brazil last November.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Oxford University experts: more and more evidence shows that the new coronavirus does not originate from China. Oxford University experts: the new coronavirus does not originate in China, and may be in a dormant state all over the world waiting for an opportunity to launch. Source: CCTV news client editor in charge: Li Tianyi_ NN7528