China after COVID-19

Review and Impact of Regulations on Wildlife Fasting Policies


  • Chuanju Dong Henan Normal University, School of Law, Xinxiang, China
  • Maoru Liu Henan Normal University, School of Law, Xinxiang, China
  • Ke Zhang Henan Normal University, School of Law, Xinxiang, China



COVID-19, fasting, wild animals, policies and regulations, China, Health Promotion



The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected global public health security and economic development, and is a huge test for China and other countries around the world. Among the factors affecting the outbreak of the epidemic, human abuse of wildlife appears to be the most important. Under the influence of relevant factors, China has formulated and implemented policies, laws and regulations on a comprehensive ban on wildlife.


Through the integration and impact analysis of China's comprehensive wildlife fasting policy and relevant laws and regulations, this paper aims to provide reference for other countries in epidemic prevention and control and the improvement of public health governance.


Through the integration of relevant policies and regulations and detailed introduction, the author studied from three aspects: policies and regulations related to people's life, health and safety, improvement of public health and safety risk prevention and promotion of environmental protection and human civilization development, and analyzed its impact on all aspects of human society, especially public health safety and emergency management system and management capacity, to remind people to change the habit of over eating wild animals.


The article is of reference and guiding significance in promoting the global implementation of comprehensive fasting for wild animals, and in the current epidemic prevention and control of other countries, maintaining social public health and security governance, and safeguarding human health.

Main Contribution to Evidence-Based Practice:

The article demonstrates that the relevant policies, laws and regulations of China's comprehensive prohibition of wildlife have reference and guiding significance for epidemic prevention, maintenance of social public health and safety management, and protection of human health. In addition, it has promoted the global implementation of a comprehensive ban on wildlife.


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How to Cite

Dong, C., Liu, M., & Zhang, K. (2023). China after COVID-19: Review and Impact of Regulations on Wildlife Fasting Policies. International Healthcare Review (online).



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