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I casi di cibo “al coronavirus” , fino ad oggi, sono stati sette e l’OMS ha dichiarato che il rischio di contagio è basso (“very low”). Vedi CNN del 13 Agosto 2020 (o anche sotto, un estratto della stessa CNN in inglese).
Sicuramente ciò porterà a maggiori acquisti di prodotti locali, che ispirano più sicurezza ai consumatori. Sopra : pollo “local” in un Whole Foods (appartenente oggi ad Amazon).
Sotto il pollo Naturama nato per rassicurare i consumatori durante la crisi del “pollo alla diossina” del 1999.
“…News of the contaminated chicken wings comes a day after coronavirus was found on the packaging of shrimps imported from Ecuador, another South American country, at a restaurant in eastern Anhui province during a routine inspection, China’s state broadcaster CCTV reported.
Since July, there have been seven instances where the virus was detected on the packaging of imported seafood products across the country, from Shandong province on the eastern coast to the municipality of Chongqing in the west, according to state media reports.
These incidents have sparked concerns over the safety of imported foods. Chinese health authorities have repeatedly told the public to be cautious about buying imported meat and seafood. On Chinese social media, some have called for the suspension of all frozen food imports.
‘No evidence’ of food transmission
But health authorities, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), have said the possibility of catching the virus through food is low.
The WHO says it is “highly unlikely that people can contract Covid-19 from food or food packaging.” According to the CDC, the risk of infection by the virus from food products, food packaging, or bags is “thought to be very low.”
Both organizations point out that the coronavirus spreads mostly person to person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks”…
Oltre al pollo in Cina sono stati trovati gamberetti surgelati “al coronavirus” provenienti dall’Ecuador.
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