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An expert in infectious animal diseases answers questions on this pandemic – and the next one

Dr. Suzan Murray has spent her career studying the intersection of human, wildlife and environmental health. Image: World Economic Forum / Jakob Polacsek

Sam Leakey

Programme Specialist, Science and Society, World Economic Forum

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Deforestation drives disease emergence by forcing wild species into contact that would not otherwise take place with domesticated animals and humans. Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
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