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Because of the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, quarantine was introduced in 19 villages of Primorsky Krai

Because of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease on the pig complex in the village of Prokhora, the quarantine was introduced in 19 villages of Primorye. This is reported in the Department of Agriculture and Food of Primorsky Krai.

“The threatened zone has been expanded by 20 kilometers. It includes 16 settlements of the Spassky region and 3 - Chernigov. There is an unscheduled vaccination of livestock against foot and mouth disease and a daily inspection of animals. Measures are also being taken to disinfect access roads, and disinfection barriers are being installed, ”said Dmitry Kuzin, head of the State Veterinary Inspection.

Under the terms of quarantine, it is prohibited to import and export animals, animal products and feed from the pig farm, and visit people who are not related to servicing animals. The Department of Agriculture and Food of Primorsky Krai assures that pork from the enterprise where foot-and-mouth disease has arisen will not enter the maritime market.

At the pig-breeding complex, where on May 21 the disease of pigs with the FMD virus type "O" was confirmed, the slaughter and destruction of livestock continues. To block the epizootic focus, a decision was made to completely eliminate the livestock. According to the Vesti: Primorye TV channel, the complex contained about 13,5 thousand animals. The damage can amount to tens of millions of rubles.

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