This World Health Organization Asked The state bans the sale of wild animals in traditional food markets As a measure to prevent future pandemics.
WHO has issued a Actions that governments should consider urgently The goal is to make the traditional market more secure.
in particular, WHO calls on national authorities to suspend wildlife trade in mammalian species caught alive for food or breeding purposes And an enclosed area of a food market that sells live-caught wild mammal species urgently.
This document focuses on the risk of disease in the traditional food market in the traditional food market (such as Wuhan, China), and the covid-19 pandemic is believed to have begun. However, it also believes that the World Health Organization guidelines stipulate that these wild animals must be protected to protect biodiversity, animal welfare, and national and international regulations on threatened and endangered species.