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Coronavirus, Wwf: the destruction of ecosystems is a threat to our health
There is a very close link between the spread of pandemics, and the size of the loss of nature. The link, already demonstrated in recent studies, is another confirmation in a new report by the Wwf Italy, with the title "Pandemics, the boomerang effect of the destruction of ecosystems to Protect human health and conserving biodiversity", which tries to put in evidence some of the most devastating effects of man's actions, focusing the attention on some diseases that have a strong impact on the health of the people, also on the economy and on social relations.

Viruses, bacteria and other micro-organisms that in the majority of cases are harmless, if not even essential to ecosystems and to man, in the last twenty years have been the cause of epidemics global. Does not seem to be different in the case of Covid-19, the disease due to the spread of the virus Sars-CoV-2 that doctors and scientists around the world are still studying to understand how to completely eradicated.
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