What China eats and standards for slaughterhouses

Attached are the animals that people in china slaughter and eat and the result is coronavirus. I have observed that while we dont slaughter most of these animals our slaughter houses are extremely dirty with no standards.

I vote for full ban on animal slaughter but I realise it wont happen easily so can we atleast implement some basic standards for slaughterhouse. If they dont meet shut them.

India cant afford epidemic like coronavirus. more  

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Ban all animal slaughter other than chicken and fish more  
I understand what you vegetarians would be feeling to slaughter animals but certain animals are permitted for us to eat as their population would otherwise flood the earth. However, it is imperative that the killing is done kindly and the slaughter houses are kept clean. more  
GOI is doing whatever is necessary. However, awareness specially in Rural areas is a must. more  
Most revered animal of India (Mother) is known to be reservoir of various deadly virus. How many children of this quadruped mother has cared for medical examination of their mothers? Such mothers are seen to roam in streets, forage the dustbins, garbage dumps, taking rest any available place - but, their children are passing by in status cars. It is obvious that such children can't shield themselves from their mothers' imprecation. more  
Homosapiens have brain and have decided to kill poor helpless, voiceless animals with full brutality (halaal, jhatka etc) to satisfy their taste buds. Unfortunate. The results are for all to see. The worst is yet to come, if things continue like this... I wish animals were able to attack the person who moves forward to kill them. more  
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