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Poland - Avian Flu in Poultry 2020- 2021 - HP H5N8 - 25 farms

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  • #16
    Another outbreak of avian flu in the province. Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. There are 30,000 on the farm. birds


    Avian flu virus on another farm - in Dulsk near Inowrocław. The farm has 5 henhouses and 30 thousand. birds. Earlier, the virus was also confirmed on the turkey farms in Kaczków and Linowo near Grudziądz. In connection with the confirmation of another case, the voivode issued the relevant ordinance, and a crisis management team was established, which manages the activities of eliminating the fire.

    This is the third outbreak of avian influenza detected in recent days in the province of Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.


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    • #17
      Statement of the Chief Veterinary Officer on the finding of the 6th and 7th outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry in 2021


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      2021-01-18


      The Chief Veterinary Officer informs that the 6th and 7th outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in Poland were designated on the basis of the results of laboratory tests of PIWet-PIB Puławy on January 16 and 17 this year.

      An HPAI # 6 outbreak in 2021 was found on a commercial farm keeping 13,558 fattening turkeys at 22 and 19 weeks of age. The farm is located in Czerników, in the Myślibórz commune, Myślibórz district, West Pomeranian.

      An HPAI No. 7 outbreak in 2021 was found on a commercial farm keeping 34,109 breeding hens at 42 weeks of age. The farm is located in the town of Dulsk, in the commune of Inowrocław, poviat of Inowrocław, voivodeship Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.

      In the farms where the disease was diagnosed, all control procedures envisaged in the event of HPAI, specified in the Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of 18 December 2007 on the control of avian influenza, were implemented. The infected and endangered areas have been designated around the outbreaks within a radius of 10 km.



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      Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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      • #18
        Avian flu near Toruń.

        Three dead swans were found in the Toruń poviat. Avian flu has been diagnosed in them. Another plague joins SARS-CoV-2? No, this strain of the virus is not dangerous to humans, says the voivodeship veterinarian.
        - The H5N8 virus detected in them is not pathogenic to humans.
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        The detection of H5N8 influenza is associated with special recommendations for poultry farms. - In such a situation, keep poultry closed, do not let go and do not feed in the open air. Straw brought from the open air should not be used as litter. The breeder should also change his clothes every time he enters the hen house - reminds the voivodeship veterinarian.

        Dead swans near Złejwia Wielka is the first case of bird flu in wild birds detected this year in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian region. In the first month of 2021, three outbreaks of this disease were found on poultry farms in our province. It was necessary to kill all the birds raised there. Due to bird flu, 11,000 were killed at the farm in Linowo in the Grudziądz district. turkeys. In the middle of the month, the virus attacked a farm in the commune of Gniewkowo, where there were 30 thousand. turkeys. A few days ago, the disease appeared in a chicken farm in Dulsko in the Inowrocław district. Thirty thousand people lost their lives there. hens.https://nowosci.com.pl/ptasia-grypa-...r/c15-15401898
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