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Which animals are likely to harbour the coronavirus? | The Economist

Which animals are likely to harbour the coronavirus? | The Economist

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THE CORONAVIRUS could be lurking in many species of animals, according to a new report. We analyse the implications for human health. Also, what is the relationship between an unbalanced gut microbiome and autism? And, the father of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy died this month. Aaron Beck’s daughter, the psychiatrist Judith Beck, tells us how her father turned the world of psychiatry upside down. Kenneth Cukier hosts. Runtime: 29 min

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