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Professor Peter Daszak, a member of the international expert panel under the leadership of the World Health Organization, believes that the coronavirus may initially be spread by bats in southern China and Southeast Asia.
Daszak believes that this is a "should be noted" transmission route.In an interview with The New York Times, Daszak said that the bacteria of bats have infected wild animals on the farm, and the staff on the farm or the ferrets, badgers, raccoons and civets living there may be infected by the bacteria.
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