The World Health Organization (WHO) has found no evidence of coronavirus infection in China
A team from the World Health Organization (WHO) in China says there is no evidence that the corona virus has spread to any animal.
The World Health Organization (WHO) team is in Wuhan, China, to investigate the origin of the corona virus, where it has looked at markets and other places where animals are bought and sold.
Now the WHO team has held a press conference in Wuhan. The team said that after the outbreak, experts thought the virus had been spread by bats, but no evidence of coronavirus transmission from any animal has been found.
The team said the hypothesis that the virus had spread from a Chinese lab was also unlikely.
The WHO team said there was no evidence of a Corona case in Wuhan before December 2019.
In December last year, cases of the corona virus were first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan, and the virus has now become a global epidemic.