Paul McCartney calls for ban on “medieval” Chinese markets for coronavirus | The music

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Paul McCartney called the Chinese wet markets “medieval” and blamed them for the spread of the coronavirus, using a comparison with the abolition of the slave trade to call for their ban.

The so-called “wet markets” in Asia market meat and fresh produce, and sometimes show live animals. (They get their name from the often watered floors.) A common theory – although far from confirmed – is that Covid-19 originated from a live animal market in Wuhan, the disease being transmitted by bald meat -mice or illegally marketed pangolin.

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