Coronavirus found in icecreams in China

God knows how in chilling winter of China demands so much of ice-cream. We shouldn't think Indian ice-creams sold in most unhealthy environment are COVID free.
In any case people are freely eating Golgappas standing in crowded market, so need not to discuss ice-cream in winter. more  
Not only ice cream, there have been reports of covid i other frozen foods as fell. In May or June of last year, when covid was peaking, there was a post I. Local circles which mentioned that a lady in Chennai went out to get some milk, came home and had frozen mango juice. Immediately, she had symptoms of covid.
And there have been reports of contamination in food containers sent through air and sea. more  
However, this observation is a matter of elation also. Some scientists are of the view that it is possible to have an oral vaccine also, to be administered through a dollop of icecream.
To commoners like us - moral of the story is don't be lured with any icing or any cream or icecream - if the same is made in China, until and unless, there is nbo alternative. Beware - they are often writing made in PRC (abbreviation of Peoples Republic of China). They are undisputed world leader in Science & Technology of adulteration - they are the largest manufacture of adulterant of honey (read: substitute), selling with guarantee/warranty of 'NO TEST METHOD CAN FIND THEIR PRODUCT FOR NON-CONFORMITY'. more  
That should be the focus now - collate the data on the food habits, what they ate before the test or symptom, their living conditions etc. of the covid patients analyse all the covid patients. This will give some clues on the current source of the virus. more  
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