- Carrie Symonds signed a petition calling for an end to Chinese wet markets
- Prime Minister’s pregnant fiancée had to self-isolate after contracting Covid-19
- 32-year-old wrote: ‘This crisis gives us the chance to start doing things better’
The Prime Minister's pregnant fiancee, who was forced to self-isolate after contracting coronavirus, took to social media to share the 'End the Trade' petition.
Join health professionals, conservation organizations, celebrities, and others in a global movement to call on our world’s governments to permanently end the commercial trade and sale in markets of wild terrestrial animals worldwide. Together we are urging the world’s governments to recognize that this is among the most important decisions that the global community can make to prevent future pandemics and global disruption. Every voice counts.
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