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  • So. Korea: MAFRA confirms H5 avian flu in wild bird feces in central city of Asan - October 20, 2019 - low path

    Source: https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20191020002300315

    Suspected bird flu case reported in central city of Asan
    All Headlines 16:18 October 20, 2019

    SEOUL, Oct. 20 (Yonhap) -- A suspected virulent avian influenza (AI) case has been reported in Asan, South Chungcheong Province, authorities announced Sunday, as South Korea has been struggling to curb the spread of African swine fever for months.

    A case of AI H5 virus has been confirmed in wild bird feces, sampled near a creek last Tuesday, according to the National Institute of Environmental Research, which is affiliated with the environment ministry... Asan is located some 90 kilometers south of Seoul...

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    Detection of H5 type avian influenza antigen in wild algae feces of Asan, Gokkyocheon, press release (10.20) 2019.10.20 15:45:32 Defense Policy Bureau
    Asan ( Gokkyocheon ) Wild Bird Feces in Chungnam Province

    H5 type avian influenza (AI) antigen detection

    - Avian Influenza Emergency Action (AI SOP) biosecurity measures in accordance with -




    Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry and Food ( Minister Kim Hyun - soo ) is South Chungcheong Province Asan ( gokgyocheon ) at 10.15 was collected one wild bird feces middle of the National Institute of Environmental Research of the test results , 10.20 days H5 -type avian influenza (AI) antigen detection said that .

    ❍ The agro-food portion avian influenza Emergency Action (AI SOP) according to the center point of the antigen is detected ,

    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 In order to prevent disasters such as the wide area control system, daily disinfection was carried out .

    ※ highly pathogenic to the determination 1 ~ 2 will be required


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

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      Asan (Gokgyocheon) Wild Bird Fecal Inspection Result Confirmed with Low Pathogenic Avian Influenza (AI), Press Release (October 21, Distribution)

      2019.10.21 19:14:21 Defense Policy Bureau

      Agriculture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry and Food ( Minister Kim Hyun - soo ) is Asan ( gokgyocheon ) from 10.15 days collected wild bird feces National Environmental Inspection results of the Academy of Sciences for , 10.21 days jeobyeongwonseong avian influenza (AI) for final confirmation to said that .

      ❍ Agri part jeobyeongwonseong avian influenza has been confirmed , blocked for strengthening quarantine for the area from the detected one 7 a day disinfection measures strengthening maintain explained that .

      ❍ In addition , the current migratory birds have arrived in earnest in the country in danger when that nation all the poultry farmers in ,

      ▪ net , fence , meticulous maintenance of hygiene facilities in all rooms and ,

      ▪ Thorough access control for personnel and vehicles

      ▪ Apply enough quicklime to farmhouse entrances and stalls

      ▪ Disinfection of roads inside and outside the barn and farmhouses daily

      ▪ barn Stars Boots ( shoes ) to wear to wear

      ▪ It is urged to strictly observe the rules of quarantine prevention such as visits to migratory birds and reservoirs .

      http://www.mafra.go.kr/mafra/293/sub...5kbyUzRg%3D%3D

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      -Nelson Mandela

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