La métropole chinoise de Shenzhen s’apprête à entrer dans l’histoire. La municipalité va prochainement interdire à ses habitants de consommer de la viande de chat ou de chien, révèle la BBC. Les autorités locales – certainement échaudées par l’apparition du coronavirus fin décembre à Wuhan attribuée à la consommation d’animaux sauvages – veilleront à l’application de cette nouvelle loi dès le 1er mai prochain. Cette ville de plus de 12 millions d’habitants devient la première municipalité chinoise à prendre une telle mesure.
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