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A new outbreak of African swine fever was discovered in Primorye

A new outbreak of African swine fever was discovered in Primorye
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The Rosselkhoznadzor Directorate for Primorsky Krai discovered the fourth outbreak of African swine fever found this week in the region. Specialists found the DNA of the virus in a domestic pig.

According to the press service of the department, the focus of the disease was found in the village of Ilmovka, Lesozavodsky city district. Earlier, on June 22, the disease was confirmed in two households in the Kirov region and one in Dalnerechensky.

If signs of illness are detected or when animals are moved, the authorities are requested to inform them immediately. The African swine fever virus is not dangerous to humans, but it leads to the death of domestic pigs and wild boars. Cases have been confirmed last week several wild boars

 

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