While the pneumonic disease caused by corona virus is raging in many countries around the world, especially China, scientists and experts are also working tirelessly to find out the source of this toxic virus strain. .
Initially, they identified the possibility that the corona virus originated from wildlife at the Huanan seafood market and Palau’s traditional bat soup could help it spread more quickly and strongly.
Travel blogger Wang Mengyun apologized for the clip of her enjoying bat soup with her friend.
That’s why a few days ago, the video of travel blogger Wang Mengyun was “digged” by netizens.
The clip was filmed in 2017 during her trip to Palau with her crew recording the tour program and enjoying the traditional food of this place, including bat soup.
In it, Mengyun held a processed bat, laughing and enjoying local specialties.
She did not hesitate to let go of the compliment that the food was delicious and the chicken bats were like chicken. Not only that, Mengyun and his accompanying friend also excitedly taught people how to eat bat meat.
Another clip of eating bat soup has been extremely popular on social networks for many days.
Recently, Mengyun had to apologize for reviewing a dish that contains many toxic substances that affect health and the purpose of recording just to convey to everyone about the life of Palau people.
“During the filming, I did not know about such a harmful virus. Until recently, I only found out about it from the media.
I don’t know if a bat contains a virus … I did not research all the information and did not warn that it was a poison. “ – Mengyun said.
After that, Mengyun deleted the clip, but it continued to spread on social networks, especially when the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic became increasingly serious.
However, she still could not placate the public because of her lack of professionalism, did not know where she was going, what she did but dared to post to guide others.
By the afternoon of January 26 (local time), the disease had killed 56 people and nearly 2,000 were diagnosed with a virus infection, of which about 342 were in critical condition.