Wildlife expert warns humans could now infect American bats with coronavirus

  The Sun 

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INNOCENT American bats could become the latest victim of coronavirus as US federal wildlife experts are warning that we could become the ones that infect them. It is widely believed that a Chinese bat was the source of the virus due to a conspiracy that has since been disproven. It turns out that we are a […]
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