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ASF outbreak recorded in one of the Amur region

ASF outbreak recorded in one of the Amur region
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An outbreak of African swine fever occurred in the village of Innokentyevka in the Arkharin district of the Amur Region. Killed 13 goals. All fallen animals were tested, which confirmed the presence of the virus.

According to the information of the Veterinary Administration of Amur Region, quarantine has been introduced in the village. Another ten settlements within a radius of 25 km were in the first threatened zone. Among them are the villages of Krasny Luch, Skobeltsino, Volnoye, Leninskoye, Mikhailovka, Severnoye, Ukrainka, Antonovka, Orlovka and Krasny Istok.

150 pigs are subject to alienation and destruction. Their owners will receive compensation for lost livestock in the prescribed manner. Experts suggest that wild boars from neighboring China, where an unfavorable situation is noted for this disease, brought African plague into the region.

In the same way, the virus entered the Amur Region last year. 50 outbreaks of ASF were recorded, damage to agriculture amounted to 200 million rubles.
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