China is rolling out a total ban of wild animals following the deadly coronavirus in Wuhan city.
The ban has not indicated the type of animals will be not be allowed to be traded.
China is well known for its deep roots in wild animal trade and believes associated with it.
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In February, the country introduced a temporary ban but it lost control as it was yet to be signed into law so as to come into effect.
Coronavirus is believed to have originated from the trade but scientists are yet to identify the exact origin of the virus.
Experts propose new changes that will impact the usual norms and remove the believes associated with the animals.
Online companies have been ripping big as with technological developments, the demand for the products has been high.
Wuhan market was sealed off by security officers as it was believed to be the origin of the virus.
Thousands of Chinese flock the market in such animal meats posing a danger to the spread of the virus.
Globally, about 3,200 people are feared dead as the number of infections stands at 94,000.
The global economy is shaky as more deaths are being reported in the U.S destabilizing the markets.
Top companies including Google and Twitter have instructed their employees to work from home as a precautionary measure.