Thai scientists test bats and pigs for viruses passed to humans

In Thailand, scientists are testing fruit bats and pigs to find out how viruses are passed on to people. The hope is that this will help them contain and beat pandemics.

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    In Thailand, scientists are testing fruit bats and pigs to find out how viruses are passed on to people. The hope is that this will help them contain and beat pandemics.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Chonburi.


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