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Ban on sale of aquatic animals from Myanmar due to Covid-19 fears

By The Nation

 

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Mae Klong Fish Market in Samut Songkhram province will temporarily ban aquatic animals from Myanmar from September 23 due to the risk of Covid-19.

 

The announcement was made on September 18 after a second Covid-19 wave in the neighbouring country and the increasing number of patients.

 

Aquatic animals from Myanmar would be temporarily banned and buyers would be prohibited from bringing the animal containers out of the market, the announcement said.

 

The market believed that there was a danger of the virus infecting the animals and causing a new outbreak in Thailand too.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30394839

 

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"The market believed that there was a danger of the virus infecting the animals..."

 

Gosh darn those pesky fish. Where's the governments Fish Disease Control Office Spokesman when you need him? Should I place my daughters goldfish in quarantine, isolate them from each other? We need guidance!!!!!

 

(Nurse! More medication! I think reality is starting to creep into my delusions)

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