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COVID 'likely' transmitted from bats to humans via unknown animal, WHO report says

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COVID 'likely' transmitted from bats to humans via unknown animal, WHO report saysThe most likely origin for coronavirus was transmission from a bat to humans via an unidentified intermediate animal species, according to a long-awaited World Health Organisation (WHO) report due to be published today.
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