New Study Out of China Suggests June COVID-19 Outbreak Related to Cold Chain Contamination
A study published last Friday in the National Science Review suggests that the COVID-19 outbreak that occurred in Beijing in June may have been caused by contaminated imported cold chain products.
As SeafoodNews reported back in June, Beijing reported a spike in COVID-19 cases after previously having no new cases in more than 50 days. The first cluster of cases were linked to the Xinfadi Market, which supplies fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood to most of the capital...
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