The deadly coronavirus, which has hit China's Wuhan city, has so far claimed 56 lives and has affected 1,925.
The virus has spread to cities in China, including Beijing and Shanghai.
China has imposed strict travel restrictions today (Sunday) to control the spread of the corona virus.
"The seafood market in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, which illegally sells wildlife, may have formed in December last year," the report said. The virus has spread to cities including Beijing and Shanghai.
The virus has spread to other countries, including Singapore, Thailand, Japan, France and Canada, and has infected many of those countries.
The United States' John Hopkins Medical Research Institute, which has previously warned of the virus, has warned that the virus could kill as many as 65 million people in 18 months.
First infected man in Canada identified
Meanwhile, a 50-year-old Canadian, who returned to Toronto from China, has been found to be infected with the coronavirus.
He became the first Canadian to be infected with the corona virus. Health officials have said this information.
Dr. David Williams, chief medical officer of Ontario Health, said the case was considered "predictive positive" until the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg found the same positive results in tests conducted in Toronto.