Ignoring ecosystems under threat will mean more and deadlier pandemics than Covid-19, warn scientists
London — Pandemics will emerge more often, spread faster, cost more and kill more people than Covid-19 without bold action to halt the habitat destruction that helps viruses hop from wildlife to humans, according to a study published on Thursday. The findings suggest that moves to protect tropical forests...
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