With Chinese wet markets a disease time-bomb, bats are now back on the menu in China, along with other wild animals side by side with domestic dogs and cats. The CCP Virus that has killed thousands of its citizens didn’t teach them anything.

In January, the wet markets in Wuhan were closed by the Communist Party, after the first cases of the CCP Virus emerged from the area, and suspicion fell on the markets as the source.

Scientists believe that bats either infected other market animals or humans directly, although this is not conclusive. Bats carry a variety of coronaviruses and are believed to be responsible for the 2002 SARS coronavirus epidemic that also originated in a Chinese market.

Chinese food markets have reopened after head of the Chinese Communist Party Xi Jinping declared victory over the CCP Virus.

These wet markets were closed by the Communist regime in January, when the spotlight was on them transmitting the virus to humans via bats and other wild animals, with filthy conditions the norm.

China is now declaring to the world, with no reported new cases of the virus, they have beaten it.

“The markets have gone back to operating in exactly the same way as they did before coronavirus,” said a Daily Mail correspondent who observed the markets reopening in Dongguan. “The only difference is that security guards try to stop anyone taking pictures, which would never have happened before.”

“Terrified dogs and cats crammed into rusty cages. Bats and scorpions offered for sale as traditional medicine. Rabbits and ducks slaughtered and skinned side by side on a stone floor covered with blood, filth, and animal remains,” reported the Daily Mail.

Signs were spotted in Guilin advertising bats, snakes, spiders, lizards, and scorpions for sale as remedies for common illnesses, reported The Mail.

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