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Studies find industrial pig farming linked with higher COVID-19 infection rates

2020-11-21
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Dr. Larissa Mies Bombardi and Pablo Nepomuceno from the University of São Paulo in Brazil and Dr. Immo Fiebrig from the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom analyzed the spatial correlation between COVID-19 infections and pig factory farms in Brazil, Germany and the United States. They found increased infection rates near pig farms and hypothesized that the current pig farming industry may intensify the spread of the virus. Pigs can easily catch avian flu and other human influenza viruses at the same time. Consequently, intensive pig farms are incubation laboratories for new diseases and future pandemics. It was also noted that Hubei province, where COVID-19 is widely believed to have originated, is one of China’s five major pork producing areas. Thank you, Dr. Larissa Mies Bombardi, Pablo Nepomuceno and Dr. Immo Fiebrig, for this significant information. In God’s mercy, we implore all humans to end the habit of meat-eating to avert deadly diseases and to elevate our moral and spiritual standard.
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