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South Korea - Detection of avian influenza H5 in wild birds feces, Junam Reservoir, Changwon, South Gyeongsang Province (February 01, 2019)

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  • South Korea - Detection of avian influenza H5 in wild birds feces, Junam Reservoir, Changwon, South Gyeongsang Province (February 01, 2019)

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    Detection of AI antigens in the feces of wild birds at Changnam Reservoir, Changwon, Gyeongnam (2.1, distribution)

    2019.02.01 21:40:06 Anti-Doping Policy Bureau
    At the wild bird feces

    Detection of H5 type avian influenza (AI) antigen

    - AI Urgent Action (SOP) biosecurity measures in accordance with -

    Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry and Food ( Minister : yigaeho ) is Junam Changwon reservoirs at 1.30 collected one wild bird fecal samples for the Environment ( National Institute of Environmental Research ) in the middle of test results , 2.1 days H5 type AI Antigen Detection today announced that .

    ❍ Accordingly agri-food portions AI Emergency Action (SOP) antigen by the center of the detected points ,

    ① radius of 10km the area " wild tide flow forecasting areas " set , ② birds that being local poultry and breeding for surveillance , inspection , movement control and disinfection , ③ migratory doraeji and nearby farms for biosecurity strengthened , ④ that municipalities a wide area, including Defense bangjegi vehicle total mobilization disinfected every day we take preventative measures such conduct .

    * It takes 3 ~ 4 days to determine whether the disease is highly pathogenic .

    http://www.mafra.go.kr/mafra/293/sub...UzRCUyNg%3D%3D
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