1. Bat for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite virus warning  FRANCE 24
  2. Manado supermarkets keep selling bat meat 'paniki' despite coronavirus fears  Jakarta Post
  3. Bat curry still popular in Indonesia despite coronavirus outbreak  Reuters
  4. Bat curry sales booming despite fears coronavirus came from winged creatures  Daily Star
  5. Some Markets In Indonesia Are Still Selling Bat Meat Despite Outbreak of Coronavirus  WORLD OF BUZZ
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Bat for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite virus warningBat for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite virus warning

Bat for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite virus warning - France 24

Residents are still looking for the bat meat in supermarkets for dinner or parties. Residents are still looking for the bat meat in supermarkets for dinner or parties. 

Manado supermarkets keep selling bat meat 'paniki' despite coronavirus fears - National - The Jakarta Post

Market traders in Indonesia have said sales of bats continue despite the World Health Organisation confirming the flying mammals are the origin of the virus Market traders in Indonesia have said sales of bats continue despite the World Health Organisation confirming the flying mammals are the origin of the virus

Bat curry sales booming despite fears coronavirus came from winged creatures - Daily Star

“The world didn’t learn any lessons between bird flu, SARS (civet cats / bats) and Coronavirus (bats / pangolins). About time we moved away from exotic animal produce / food completely and embrace an increasingly vegetarian lifestyle.”

Aloke Bajpai on Twitter: "The world didn’t learn any lessons between bird flu, SARS (civet cats / bats) and Coronavirus (bats / pangolins). About time we moved away from exotic animal produce / food completely and embrace an increasingly vegetarian lifestyle."

“WHO officials gave a little bit more detail on the potential host of the #coronavirus. They said scientists think it likely originated in bats and then jumped to an intermediate host before infecting humans. https://t.co/aHzABiPi6G #COVID19 #2019nCoV”

Berkeley Lovelace on Twitter: "WHO officials gave a little bit more detail on the potential host of the #coronavirus. They said scientists think it likely originated in bats and then jumped to an intermediate host before infecting humans. https://t.co/aHzABiPi6G #COVID19 #2019nCoV"

“Coronavirus likely jumped from bats to an 'intermediate host' before infecting humans, WHO says https://t.co/QxaGBPbv6b by @BerkeleyJr”

Dawn Kopecki on Twitter: "Coronavirus likely jumped from bats to an 'intermediate host' before infecting humans, WHO says https://t.co/QxaGBPbv6b by @BerkeleyJr"

“We should all keep in mind that the most important vector for #coronavirus isn't bats or snakes or birds or pangolins. It's us. https://t.co/vV0BkEkOAO”

Dan Fagin on Twitter: "We should all keep in mind that the most important vector for #coronavirus isn't bats or snakes or birds or pangolins. It's us. https://t.co/vV0BkEkOAO"

Bats are capable of living comfortably with a host of viruses, and recent outbreaks of diseases have been linked to them, specifically SARS, MERS and now the new coronavirus, COVID-19. The virus is believed to have originated from a wet market in Wuhan, where wildlife was illegally sold and bats…Bats are capable of living comfortably with a host of viruses, and recent outbreaks of diseases have been linked to them, specifically SARS, MERS and now the new coronavirus, COVID-19. The virus is believed to

Some Markets In Indonesia Are Still Selling Bat Meat Despite Outbreak of Coronavirus - WORLD OF BUZZ

Asia News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - MANADO, Indonesia - Bat meat is still popular in some parts of Indonesia, despite research suggesting the coronavirus spreading from China might have originated in bats before being passed on to humans. Bats are traditionally eaten by the Minahasan people from North Sulawesi in the form of a curry-like dish called Paniki. Whole bats are used in Paniki, including the head and wings. "It (the coronavirus) has not affected sales," said bat seller Stenly Timbuleng at his stall in Tomohon, a city in North Sulawesi, south of the provincial capital of Manado.. Read more at AsiaOne

Bat meat still popular in parts of Indonesia, despite coronavirus fears, Asia News - AsiaOne

Business is brisk at restaurants in Indonesia's Manado which serve bats, a local delicacy, undaunted by a coronavirus outbreak that is reported to have started at a live exotic animal market in China.Business is brisk at restaurants in Indonesia’s Manado which serve bats, a local delicacy, undaunted by a coronavirus outbreak that is reported to have started at a live exotic animal market in China. Media reports have suggested that bats, snakes and more recently pangolins are at the root of the epidemic which sees its epicentre […]

Bat curry remains popular in Indonesia despite coronavirus outbreak - UNTV News | UNTV News

Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island say business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out the exotic meats (pictured, bats for sale).Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island say business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out the exotic meats (pictured, bats for sale).

Bat curry continues to fly off the shelves in Indonesian markets | Daily Mail Online

MANADO, Indonesia: Bat meat is still popular in some parts of Indonesia, despite research suggesting the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) spreading from China might have originated in bats before being passed on to humans.MANADO, Indonesia: Bat meat is still popular in some parts of Indonesia, despite research suggesting the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) spreading from China might have originated in bats before being passed on to humans.

Bat meat still popular in Sulawesi, despite coronavirus outbreak | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus.Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus.

Bats for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite virus warning | CTV News

Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island say business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out exotic fare that enrages animal rights activists.Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island say business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out exotic fare that enrages animal rights activists.

Bat for Sale at Indonesia's Wildlife Market Despite Coronavirus Warning

Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market say business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out exotic fare.A wildlife market in Wuhan, the epicentre of the virus, is thought to be ground zero and there is suspicion it could have originated in batsVendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market say business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out exotic fare.A wildlife market in Wuhan, the epicentre of the virus, is thought to be ground zero and there is suspicion it could have originated in bats

Bats for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite deadly coronavirus warning

TOMOHON: Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take the...TOMOHON: Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take the...

Bat for sale at Indonesia’s wildlife market despite virus warning

TOMOHON, Feb 12 — Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus. Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island say business...TOMOHON, Feb 12 — Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus. Vendors at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island say business...

Bats for sale at Indonesia’s wildlife market despite virus warning | World | Malay Mail

'The virus hasn't affected sales. My customers still keep coming''The virus hasn't affected sales. My customers still keep coming'

Bat for sale at wildlife market despite coronavirus warning by government - News | Khaleej Times

TOMOHON (AFP) - Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -TOMOHON (AFP) - Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of

Coronavirus: Bats for sale at Indonesia's wildlife market despite calls to remove them, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus.Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its wildlife offerings, despite a government request to take them off the menu over fears of a link to the deadly coronavirus.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Indonesia Sells Bats, Snakes Despite Government's Virus Warning

Bats are traditionally eaten by the Minahasan people from North Sulawesi in the form of a curry-like dish called Paniki. Bats are traditionally eaten by the Minahasan people from North Sulawesi in the form of a curry-like dish called Paniki.

Bat meat still popular in parts of Indonesia despite coronavirus fears | ABS-CBN News