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We need a green recovery after COVID-19, but banning wildlife trade could do more harm than good

By Hollie Booth, PhD Candidate, Conservation Science, University of Oxford
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After several early cases of COVID-19 were linked to a wet market in China, wildlife trade became central to discussions about links between public health and nature.

Some groups called for a complete ban on the consumption and trade of wildlife, with governments such as China and Vietnam

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