The delegation sent by the World Health Organization (WHO) to Wuhan, China to investigate the origins of the coronavirus continues its work.
Although there is evidence that the virus first appeared in bats, the delegation investigating by which animal the transmission to human beings is focused on the rabbit and ferret badger.
According to the report of the Wall Street Journal, the delegation requested a list of animals sold in the fish market in Wuhan, which is thought to be the place where the virus first spread, and information about where they were procured. However, these demands were not met. Experts continue to oppose the claim that the virus leaked from a laboratory.