Did pangolins spread the China coronavirus to people?

  title={Did pangolins spread the China coronavirus to people?},
  author={David Cyranoski},
Genetic sequences of viruses isolated from the scaly animals are 99% similar to that of the circulating virus — but the work is yet to be formally published. Genetic sequences of viruses isolated from the scaly animals are 99% similar to that of the circulating virus — but the work is yet to be formally published. 

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