For the third time in two decades that strains of Coronavirus have spilt over into humans. Veterinary research scientists advocate working closely with policymakers and sharing knowledge and experience. They agree that to promote sustainable measures to manage the environment and animal welfare in line with the One Health UN Global Goals there has to be a significant change. They recognise that live slaughter of animals in markets is particularly unsanitary and that human consumption of wildlife and endangered species must end. China recently banned eating wildlife and formally recognised dogs and cats as pets, not food but more needs to be done throughout Asia. In Vietnam and Indonesia, the practice of eating dogs and cats and exotic wildlife is still highly prevalent. Traders have been promoting ‘ exotic’ meats as a cure to Coronavirus.
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If you have seen on google an article from the Daily Mirror dated December 2015
Please read the clarification and full correction of fact.
The accusation on google by hate bloggers that I “stole a film” is FALSE
- There is no such blog post on Google.
- As you will see below the person who they allege made the claim confirms this information is inaccurate and defamatory.
- Ms Provatas also confirms that continuous republication of the lie with her phone number and email forced her to change her numbers and has caused her professional embarrassment and distress.
This article was published in the New York Times last year. I was interviewed and confirmed the following facts.
1/ A woman calling herself ” Mrs Yang” did not save any dogs and cats from Yulin as she had claimed to.I visited 4 of her ” shelters” and she was unable to produce a single dog or cat she claimed to had rescued.
2/ I witnessed dead dogs, dogs tied up without food and water and the most horrific a dogs abandoned, locked in and left to die.