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  • Mali - Outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in backyard birds and farms (OIE, April 15, 2021 -)

    Immediate notification
    Highly pathogenic avian influenza (poultry) , Mali

    ...
    DISEASE
    Highly pathogenic avian influenza (poultry)

    STARTED ON
    12-03-2021

    ANIMAL TYPE
    TERRESTRIAL

    GENOTYPE/ SEROTYPE/ SUBTYPE
    H5N1

    CONFIRMED ON
    01-04-2021

    REASON
    First occurrence in the country

    CAUSAL AGENT
    Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

    ENDED ON
    -

    DISEASE CATEGORY
    OIE-listed

    REPORTED ON
    15-04-2021
    ...
    SPECIES SUSCEPTIBLE CASES DEATHS KILLED AND DISPOSED OF SLAUGHTERED/KILLED FOR COMMERCIAL USE VACCINATED MORBIDITY (CALCULATED) MORTALITY (CALCULATED)
    Birds NEW 50150 39860 39860 10290

    ...
    Outbreaks
    3

    ...
    ob_84221 - hamdallaye
    down
    OUTBREAK REFERENCE
    -

    STARTED ON
    23-03-2021

    EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
    Farm


    DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
    -

    NUMBER OF OUTBREAKS
    -

    ENDED ON
    09-04-2021

    AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
    Seven months old layers

    APPROXIMATE LOCATION
    hamdallaye

    FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Sikasso

    SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Sikasso

    THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Sikasso

    GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES
    Lat : 11.3153

    Long : -5.6751
    ...
    ob_84220 - babougouu
    down
    OUTBREAK REFERENCE
    -

    STARTED ON
    18-03-2021

    EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
    Farm

    DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
    -

    NUMBER OF OUTBREAKS
    -

    ENDED ON
    04-04-2021

    AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
    three flocks of layers aged 9, 12 and 15 months respectively.

    APPROXIMATE LOCATION
    babougouu

    FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Koulikoro

    SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Kati

    THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Kati

    GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES
    Lat : 12.7888

    Long : -8.0404
    ...

    ob_84219 - bamako
    down
    OUTBREAK REFERENCE
    bamako

    STARTED ON
    13-03-2021

    EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
    Backyard

    DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
    -

    NUMBER OF OUTBREAKS
    -

    ENDED ON
    05-04-2021

    AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
    exotic chickens raised with geese, ducks and turkeys.

    APPROXIMATE LOCATION
    bamako

    FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Bamako

    SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Bamako

    THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
    Kalban-Coro

    GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES
    Lat : 12.6759

    Long : -7.919
    ...

    https://wahis.oie.int/#/report-info?reportId=32037
    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
    -Nelson Mandela

  • #2
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    Avian influenza: Confirmed cases in Mali

    By Mali-Online
    April 26, 2021

    In a press release published on Monday, April 26, 2021, the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries announced the confirmation of cases of avian flu in Kati, Sikasso and Bamako.

    According to the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries "following high poultry mortalities observed in poultry farms in the peri-urban areas of Kati, Sikasso and in the district of Bamako, the National Directorate of Veterinary Services and the Central Veterinary Laboratory of Bamako carried out investigations which revealed infection with the avian influenza virus in the said holdings ?.

    ?The following precautionary measures have been taken and enacted: the quarantine of the farms concerned; disinfection of premises and breeding equipment; crawl space of at least 2 months before the introduction of new subjects; the installation of footbaths at the entrance to the henhouses; destruction of corpses by cremation and burial; regular health monitoring of farms by the veterinary services. Also, an emergency plan has been drawn up and is in the process of being implemented, ?the statement read.


    In this context, adds the minister, ?the national directorate of veterinary services has dispatched two (2) teams to the regional directorates of the veterinary services of Koulikoro, Sikasso and the District of Bamako, with the mandate of supporting these structures in the response. through the correct application of the emergency plan, in particular for the taking of the necessary administrative measures and the application of sanitary measures in the areas affected and at risk ?.

    The Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries invited ?professionals in the sector to report any mortality to the closest veterinary services or to the administrative and political authorities within their jurisdiction; populations not to handle and eat sick birds, as well as poultry corpses. Finally, he reassures public opinion that measures are underway to contain the disease, in order to protect the poultry industry ?

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    https://mali-online.net/grippe-aviai...irmes-au-mali/
    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
    -Nelson Mandela

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    • #3
      Immediate notification
      Highly pathogenic avian influenza (poultry) , Mali

      ...
      COUNTRY OR ZONE
      COUNTRY

      DISEASE
      Highly pathogenic avian influenza (poultry)

      STARTED ON
      08-04-2021

      ANIMAL TYPE
      TERRESTRIAL

      GENOTYPE/ SEROTYPE/ SUBTYPE
      H5N1

      CONFIRMED ON
      20-04-2021

      REASON
      Recurrence

      CAUSAL AGENT
      Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

      ENDED ON
      -

      DISEASE CATEGORY
      OIE-listed

      REPORTED ON
      30-04-2021

      LAST OCCURENCE
      08-04-2021
      ...
      SPECIES SUSCEPTIBLE CASES DEATHS KILLED AND DISPOSED OF SLAUGHTERED/KILLED FOR COMMERCIAL USE VACCINATED MORBIDITY (CALCULATED) MORTALITY (CALCULATED)
      Birds NEW 80050 64040 64040 0 0 0 - -
      TOTAL 80050 64040 64040 0 0 0 - -
      - NEW 80050 64040 64040 0 0 0 - -
      TOTAL 80050 64040 64040 0 0 0
      ...
      OUTBREAKS
      1
      ...
      Outbreaks
      down
      ob_84991 - marakaforo
      down
      OUTBREAK REFERENCE
      -

      STARTED ON
      09-04-2021

      EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
      Farm

      DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
      -

      NUMBER OF OUTBREAKS
      -

      ENDED ON
      -

      AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
      four flocks of layers, two of which are 28 weeks old, one 16 weeks old and the last one 15 weeks old.

      APPROXIMATE LOCATION
      marakaforo

      FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
      Koulikoro

      SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
      Kati

      THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
      Kalban-Coro

      GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES
      Lat : 12.6871

      Long : -7.8355

      ...
      https://wahis.oie.int/#/report-info?reportId=32698
      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
      -Nelson Mandela

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      • #4
        Source: https://maliactu.net/mali-grippe-avi...-de-type-h5n1/

        Mali: AVIAN INFLUENZA IN MALI: 30,000 POULTRY KILLED BY THE H5N1 STRAIN
        May 3, 2021

        Poultry_avarieThe presence of avian flu in Sikasso, Kati and Bamako in recent days has killed more than 30,000 poultry. The strain discovered in Mali is of the H5N1 type, explains the national directorate of veterinary services, which indicates that the source of introduction of the disease is not known.

        In a statement released last week, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries said cases of bird flu have been recorded in poultry farms in Kati, Sikasso and Bamako district. According to the ministry, the existence of the disease has been confirmed following high mortalities of poultry in these localities. However, the department reassures that arrangements have been made for the response.

        According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, approached by Studio Tamani, these investigations were carried out by the national directorate of veterinary services and the veterinary laboratory in Bamako. Thus, precautionary measures have been taken, in particular the quarantine of the farms concerned, the disinfection of premises and livestock equipment. In addition to these provisions, there is the destruction of corpses, by incineration and burial, as well as health monitoring.

        The ministry explains that an emergency plan has been drawn up and is being implemented. In addition, two teams were deployed to the veterinary services of Koulikoro, Sikasso and the district of Bamako. Objective: "to support these structures in the response through the correct application of the emergency plan reminds the department, which does not give details on the type of virus".

        "Do not panic", affirm the veterinary services which reassure that "the situation is under control". According to Dr Boubacar Kanout? deputy national director of veterinary services, the strain discovered in Mali is of the H5N1 type. It killed 30,000 poultry explains the national directorate of veterinary services. The veterinary services specify, however, that the source of the disease's introduction is not known even though outbreaks were reported in Senegal last January.
        And Dr Kanout? adds: "The situation is very well under control. All the farms that have been the subject of this disease are already under close surveillance by the veterinary services. So the products from his farms do not go out to the markets. Our concern is to find out whether, beyond its farms, other farms are affected that we do not know. This is the work that is in progress. We can assure the people that there are no poultry products from these farms in the markets. "

        However, in Kati, says Studio Tamani, poultry sellers and resellers reject this information of the presence of avian flu in Mali. According to them, the chickens are currently in good health and do not suffer from any disease. But some of them remember that a few months ago poultry farmers lost a lot of poultry due to the change in temperature.

        The authorities invite the populations not to handle and eat sick birds, as well as poultry corpses. A call was also made to professionals in the sector to report any mortality to the veterinary services.

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