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Wuhan Is Returning to Life. So Are Its Disputed Wet Markets

  • Early coronavirus cases linked to city’s Huanan market
  • U.S. calls for China, other countries to shut wet markets
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Wuhan’s Wet Markets Return to Life
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Cars lined up this week at the main entrance to the Baishazhou wet market, one of the biggest in Wuhan, which is buzzing again. The Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged has stirred back to life following a lockdown lasting for months.

A sign hovers overhead: “No slaughtering and selling live animals.”