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Quarantine due to ASF introduced in another area of ​​the Khabarovsk Territory

Quarantine due to ASF introduced in another area of ​​the Khabarovsk Territory
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In the Bikinsky district of the Khabarovsk Territory, quarantine was introduced in connection with the threat of the spread of African swine fever (ASF). In total, seven outbreaks were registered in the region in personal subsidiary plots.

According to the press service of the regional government, three farmsteads, where the pigs have ASF, are located in the village of Kukelevo, one each in Vyazemskoye, the villages of Bychikha, Novotroitskoye and Lermontovka. Sanitary services have established quarantine zones around each farm. It is forbidden to visit the epizootic center by unauthorized persons, to move animals, to sell their slaughter products and feed, and all types of hunting.

Now, the elimination of the consequences of the outbreak of the disease is ongoing, experts have removed and destroyed 190 pigs. In backyards where sick animals were kept, partitions and floors in sheds were dismantled, and disinfection was carried out.

An outbreak of ASF occurred in early August, from August 5, within the boundaries of the village of Bychikha, Khabarovsk region introduced emergency mode, from August 6 - within the boundaries of the village Kukelevo and Vyazemsky... Later, the virus was found in the village of Novotroitskoye in the Khabarovsk region and in the village of Lermontovka in the Bikinsky region.

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