matth wrote: ↑Sat Mar 28, 2020 1:31 pmThe US system is certainly not perfect, but to compare it to the Wet Markets is comical....We are talking about raw ,hot, exposed, non refridgarated meat from many species in filth and close proximity. Now throw in live filthy animals in the same area in cages and you have a cesspool of germs and disease.Pemba wrote: ↑Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:15 am
I completely agree that this is terrible to watch. But do you find the way we produce cattle, pigs, chicken etc excusable ? Pig on a stick is Ok, but not cat on a stick ?
I am not talking about what they eat, thats fine. I am talking about how it is handled and the complete lack of any oversight or concern for public health....
But if the Wuhan virus is defeated in China, why do they close off Guangdong?
Indeed, unfortunately the amount of denial, ignorance and comparing this to normal flu dominated back then and here we are nowUKSurf wrote: ↑Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:42 amIt was on the 8th of March when this thread was started. It is terrifying how quickly this situation has developed. With disasters the secondary effects are often worse than the primary effect, break down in trade, manufacturing etc could have very serious consequences. Lets hope that 50 pages later things are looking more positive. Take care.
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