Covid-19 Pandemic: Woman selling seafood in Wuhan market may be first known Covid case

Wuhan Virus: According to a recent research, a woman selling Sea Food (seafood) in the Huanan market of Wuhan (China) may be the first known case of Kovid-19 case. Actually, before this, an accountant in Wuhan was considered to be the first possible patient of Kovid. According to the report, this confusion was caused by a 41-year-old patient who had reported a problem with his teeth on December 8. After that the symptoms of Kovid developed in his body. Exactly the same symptoms were also found in many other workers of Huanan market at that time. He started showing fever and other symptoms from around 11 December due to coronavirus.

Michael Vorobey, head of ecological biology at the University of Arizona in Tucson and the author of the research, said that he lived 30 kilometers (19 mi) away from the accountant market and had no direct connection to the market in Huanan. According to him, the person (accountant) had probably got infected due to community transmission after the virus spread in Wuhan. At the same time, Vorobey’s research suggests that the Huanan market was the source of the initial outbreak. Scientists have not yet reached the conclusion of the origin of SARS-CoV-2.

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