- Correction 29 November 2020
- Correction 17 December 2020
Coronaviruses closely related to the pandemic virus discovered in Japan and Cambodia
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Nature 588, 15-16 (2020)
Updates & Corrections
Correction 29 November 2020: This story now refers to the correct location of Zhenjiang University.
Correction 17 December 2020: The original version of this story stated that the bats from Cambodia were collected under the PREDICT programme. In fact, they were tested for coronaviruses under that programme, and collected by another. Duong and Hul’s role in the research has also been clarified.
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