Bushmeat consumption unchanged by COVID-19 in Kenya and Tanzania border towns, new study reveals

The fact that many pandemics, including possibly COVID-19, have had their origins in wild animals might be expected to cause meat consumers to reduce their consumption of risky “bushmeats,” which are derived from wild animals, to avoid illness. But a new study of bushmeat eaters at the Kenya-Tanzania border tells a different story.

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