This is, according to the hypothesis, because the overuse of antibiotics, growth hormones, and toxins by that industry kills the host microbes in which the virus naturally dwells.
The scenario of that microbiome is a commensal relationship with single-cell microbes, where the virus is, like other viruses, symbiotic or mutualistic in nature.
If that hypothesis is verified, then the second part of the hypothesis is much easier to establish, which is that the exporting to other countries spreads the problem.
Previous posts have shown that the virus has been found in a plethora of nations around the globe.
In today's post I am showing countries that these products are exported to:
Out of 249 countries scanned, those with export data records are reported in the appendices listed above.
Those with no data in the USDA downloads are:
American Samoa, Antarctica, Antigua and Barbuda, Bhutan, Saba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bouvet, Eswatini, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Guam, Guernsey, Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Holy See, Isle of Man, Jersey, Northern Mariana Islands, Palestine, Puerto Rico, Rwanda, Saint Barthélemy, Tristan da Cunha, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Martin, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, South Sudan, United States Minor Outlying Islands, and United States Virgin Islands.The documentation provided by the USDA can be perused here.
The previous post indicated that the solution to Covid-19 is not as difficult as one would imagine, in the sense that it only requires a change away from the use of antibiotics etc. to be replaced with the use of probiotics.
The next post in this series is here, the previous post in this series is here.