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African plague discovered in Amur region

African plague discovered in Amur region
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An outbreak of African plague has been recorded in the Blagoveshchensk district of the Amur Region. Pigs fell ill in one of the peasant farms (peasant farms) in the village of Ust-Ivanovka.

According to the press service of the regional government, restrictive disinfection posts were established at the entrance to the village. In the first five-kilometer zone of the outbreak, about 700 animals will be slaughtered - these are pigs kept in peasant farms and personal farmsteads.

The second zone of the outbreak is 10 km. There, livestock owners cannot be slaughtered, processed or traded in meat for the period of quarantine. Veterinary specialists will have to examine pigs throughout the region.

Earlier it was reported that in one of the villages of the Amur region, which was saved from flooding, they suspect African plague in pigs. Veterinarians found clinical signs of the disease and took tests.

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