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  • Poland: 2022 H5N1 in wild birds

    Source: https://gdansk.tvp.pl/57939318/ptasi...e-czluchowskim

    Avian flu in the Człuchów poviat
    2022-01-13 | Przechlewo, Człuchów


    Some of the dead birds picked up from the Brda River in the Przechlewo commune suffered from bird flu. The poviat veterinarian confirmed the results of the research and announced that the entire Człuchów poviat would be covered by the endangered area. According to ecologists, the constantly increasing number of dead birds in Pomerania is not only the result of the H5 N1 virus.

    Witnesses alerted about the large number of dead swans in the vicinity of Przechlewo, who, with horror, discovered a dead flock on the Brda River. The employees of the poviat veterinary inspectorate in Człuchów immediately began to act. With the help of firefighters in the section from Przechlewo to Sępolno, 43 dead swans were found and sent to the laboratory, where it was shown that some swans suffered from avian flu.

    Over the next few days, the entire Człuchów poviat will be included in the endangered area. For farmers and poultry farmers, this means keeping farms strictly confined to keep the animals from coming into contact with wild birds. Currently, dead birds found in the Pucki and Nowodworski poviats are also examined. Dead birds were found again in Puck Bay. For environmentalists who have been sounding the alarm for many years about the growing unexplained cases of dead swans at this site, this is worrying.

    Ecologists from the association "Our Earth" recall with horror what happened last year in the vicinity of Władysławowo, where almost a thousand dead birds were found, only some of them suffered from the H5N1 virus.

    Ecologists are convinced that the poor condition of the environment is related to the discharge of salt minerals into the waters of the Puck Bay. The H5N1 virus, commonly known as bird flu, first appeared in Poland in 2007. Despite the efforts of the Ministry of Agriculture, the virus spreads to private farms every year.

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      Source: https://gazetapowiatowa.pl/wiadomosc...o-skrzeszewie/

      Wieliszew. Highly pathogenic flu in swans. A dead bird was found in Skrzeszew
      January 14, 2022
      Magdalena Siebierska

      The first swan that died in the area of ​​Skrzeszewo in Skrzeszew was confirmed for the first time in 2022. a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza of the subtype H5N1. This information was confirmed by the Provincial Veterinary Inspectorate from Siedlce.

      Skrzeszew, Wieliszew Commune, Legionowski Poviat - in this town, at the dead swan, it was first confirmed in 2022. a case of influenza in wild birds. The presence of the genetic material of the avian influenza virus (#AlV) of the subtype # H5N1 was confirmed by the report of tests carried out at the State Veterinary Institute - National Research Institute in Puławy - he informed today, i.e. on January 14, 2022. in social media Provincial Veterinary Inspectorate from Siedlce...

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          Source: https://bydgoszcz.tvp.pl/58033552/w-...tala-dzika-ges

          A case of H5N1 bird flu was discovered in Kruszwica. Infected wild goose
          Bartosz Stelmasik 2022-01-19 | Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship

          The third case of avian influenza in wild birds in Kujawsko-Pomorskie
          The district veterinarian in Inowrocław issued an ordinance on the control of avian influenza in connection with the discovery of a dead goose in Kruszwica, in which the presence of the H5N1 virus was confirmed. According to it, a zone within a kilometer around the site of the outbreak of influenza was considered an infected zone. It covers Kruszwica, Kobylniki and Szarlej...

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              Source: https://nowydworgdanski.naszemiasto..../ar/c1-8651395

              Dead geese on the beach in Jantar. Avian flu is attacking the region
              Bilicka Jagoda
              Bilicka Jagoda January 28, 2022, 12:54

              The area at risk of an infectious animal disease - highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) is the following poviats: Chojnicki, Człuchowski, Kartuski, Nowodworski, Gdańsk, and the City of Gdańsk - informs the Pomeranian Voivode in the regulation of January 18, 2022.
              According to the Poviat Veterinary Officer in Nowy Dwór Gdański, on January 10, 2022, from the reference laboratory of the State Veterinary Institute in Puławy, positive laboratory test results were obtained confirming the occurrence of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds.
              The research carried out on January 10, 2021 confirmed the presence of genetic material of the H5N1 subtype of avian influenza virus in samples collected from dead geese on the beach in Jantar. The carcasses of the animals were sent for recycling. There were no outbreaks of avian influenza in domestic birds in the Nowy Dwór district.
              The Veterinary Inspection has implemented appropriate disease elimination procedures.
              Contact with dead and sick birds should be avoided and, if it has happened, the basic rules of hygiene must be followed...

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                    Source: https://ddtorun.pl/pl/19_wiadomosci-...-regionie.html

                    Avian Flu Strikes AGAIN. New cases in our region!
                    Adam Jozwiak Adam Jozwiak 16.27, 06.12.2022 A.J. Update: 16.34, 06.12.2022 approx. 1 min. reading

                    This is very bad news for the inhabitants of our region, especially farmers. The Chief Veterinary Officer informed that based on the results of laboratory tests received on December 1 and 2 from the National Veterinary Institute - National Research Institute in Puławy, outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in wild birds No. 29 and 30 in 2022, subtype H5N1.

                    This time, the presence of genetic material of the avian influenza virus H5N1 was found in dead mute swans found in Świecie, Świecie commune, Świecie poviat, Province of Kuyavian-Pomeranian.

                    The Veterinary Inspection reminds you of the obligation to comply with the principles of biosecurity. In total, 30 such cases have been reported in Poland this year.

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