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Leaked Photos Show Dogs, Cats, and Bats Still Being Sold in Chinese Wet Markets


Leaked Photos Show Dogs, Cats, and Bats Still Being Sold in Chinese Wet Markets |

Unfortunately, despite the world crumbling under the weight of the Coronavirus outbreak, life in China is getting back to normal, with all the bad things that come with it, including selling dogs and cats for meat.

Leaked Photos Show Dogs, Cats, and Bats Still Being Sold in Chinese Wet Markets |

Less than one week after the Chinese Government announced that life would start getting back to normal in April even in cities like Wuhan, where the outbreak happened, leaked photos are showing the worst is already happening; the Wildlife meat trade is back where it stopped as if nothing happened.

Currently, there are more than 700,000 reported cases of COVID-19 infections around the world, with the number expected to go over the 1-million mark in a matter of days, but this has no effect on the communities involved in the wet markets in China, as they are already preparing for their life to get back to how it was in 2019.

Leaked Photos Show Dogs, Cats, and Bats Still Being Sold in Chinese Wet Markets |

Reports claim that some Chinese communities are already celebrating “victory” over the novel coronavirus and the images showing the poor animals stored in rusty cages, terrified, and unsure of their fate, have leaked over the internet, causing outrage that these communities have not learned their lessons yet.

“Everyone here believes the outbreak is over and there’s nothing to worry about anymore. It’s just a foreign problem now as far as they are concerned

China-based correspondent who captured images The Mail on Sunday.

However, reports from China are saying that 14% of those recovered are testing positive for the Coronavirus, suggesting a second wave of the pandemic is very likely, and it’s expected that the second wave will be deadlier than the first one, and will have an even worse effect on the world.

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.

The reporter added

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