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  • Ronan Kelly
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    India has updated it's DoAHD&F website and moved all of the pages associated with the posts in this thread. Unfortunately, the new website has some issues. I have tried to leave feedback, but none of the attempts have been accepted so - here seems as good a place as any;


    Hello!

    I've been looking through the Bird Flu information located here: http://dahd.nic.in/about-us/divisions/livestock-health

    I note that the most recent weekly testing report is from August 2015. There is also no mention of the January 2016 outbreak in Gandhigram, Tripura. Does the Department commit to maintain this website with current information, or is it for academic historical interest only?

    This website has the potential to rapidly provide important information, but only if maintained.

    All the best,

    Ronan

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    F. No.23-394/2014-AH
    Government of India
    Ministry of Agriculture
    Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries



    Report on Notifiable Avian Influenza (H5 & H7) ending 7/06/2015


    I. Surveillance/Testing of samples by NIHSAD, Bhopal concerning Notifiable Avian Influenza (H5 & H7) from 18.05.15 to 7.06.15
    Sl. No. Item Samples from within the country Samples from imports Total
    Serum Morbid material Serum Products
    1. Samples pending for testing at the beginning of the period 219 1478 0 22 1719
    2. Samples received during the period (state-wise detail at Annexure A) 685 2193 101 324 3303
    3. Samples on which testing completed during the period (state-wise detail at Annexure B) 831 2305 100 326 3562
    4. Samples under test or pending for test 73 1366 1 20 1460
    5. Positive results, if any, during the period
    (state-wise detail at Annexure C)
    0 0 0 0 0
    State wise details of samples received, tested and the results of the tests are given in Annexures A, B & C respectively.


    State-wise details of samples received:
    Sl. No. State Serum Tissue
    1 Manipur 192 109
    2 Delhi 100$ 109*
    3 Rajasthan 0 378
    4 Uttarpradesh 100 50
    5 Andhrapradesh 180 90
    6 Tamilnadu 1$ 139*
    7 Gujarat 0 1400
    8 Madhyapradesh 21 46
    9 Maharashtra 192 120+76*
    Total 786 2517
    Grand Total 3303
    * Imported Products by Animal Quarantine and Certification Services (AQCS)
    $ Imported Serum by Animal Quarantine and Certification Services(AQCS)

    State-wise details of samples tested:
    Sl. No. State Serum Tissue
    1 WestBengal 50 0
    2 Manipur 192 109
    3 Delhi 100$ 109*
    4 Rajasthan 0 378
    5 Uttarpradesh 100 50
    6 Andhrapradesh 180 90
    7 Kerala 108 76
    8 Tamilnadu 0 139*
    9 Gujarat 0 1440
    10 Madhyapradesh 21 0
    11 Maharashtra 180 162+78*
    Total 931 2631
    Grand Total 3562
    * Imported Products by Animal Quarantine and Certification Services (AQCS)
    $ Imported Serum by Animal Quarantine and Certification Services(AQCS)

    State-wise details of positive results on the basis of recommended diagnostic techniques:
    Reference No. State Serum Tissue
    NIL NIL NIL NIL

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    See India: Bird flu confirmed in poultry in Lamphelpat, Manipur and Telangana reports bird flu outbreak (HP H5N1), culls poultry for further details on these outbreaks.

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    Action Plan of Animal Husbandry for Preparedness, Control and Containment of Avian Influenza (March,2015) (PDF)


    Action Plan for Prevention, Control & Containment of Avian Influenza
    (Revised ? 2015)

    Introduction

    Avian influenza (AI), as per World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), is defined as an
    infection of poultry caused by any influenza A virus of the H5 or H7 subtypes or by any
    influenza A virus with an intravenous pathogenicity index (IVPI) greater than 1.2 (or as an
    alternative at least 75% mortality) as described below. These viruses are divided into high
    pathogenicity avian influenza viruses and low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses:

    a. High pathogenicity avian influenza viruses have an IVPI in six-week-old chickens
    greater than 1.2 or, as an alternative, cause at least 75% mortality in four-to
    eight-week-old chickens infected intravenously. H5 and H7 viruses which do not
    have an IVPI of greater than 1.2 or cause less than 75% mortality in an
    intravenous lethality test should be sequenced to determine whether multiple
    basic amino acids are present at the cleavage site of the haemagglutinin
    molecule (HA0); if the amino acid motif is similar to that observed for other high
    pathogenicity avian influenza isolates, the isolate being tested should be
    considered as high pathogenicity avian influenza virus;

    b. Low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses are all influenza A viruses of H5 and
    H7 subtypes that are not high pathogenicity avian influenza viruses.

    Avian Influenza (AI) viruses have been circulating worldwide for centuries with four known
    outbreaks recorded in the last century. The present wave of highly pathogenic avian influenza
    (HPAI) emerged in Hong Kong in 1997. India notified the first outbreak of avian influenza on
    18th February, 2006. Since then, outbreaks have been reported in Maharashtra, Gujarat,
    Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, West Bengal, Tripura, Assam, Sikkim, Odisha, Meghalaya,
    Karnataka, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Kerala and Chandigarh.

    In view of a threat of global outbreak of AI and apprehensions of a human pandemic, the
    Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries (DADF), Government of India had
    prepared an action plan in 2005 which was revised in 2006 and lately in 2012 for guidance of
    State Government for prevention, control and containment of Avian Influenza in the Country.
    The action plan further been updated based on the further experience gained and lessons
    learnt from the past occurrences and the contemporary scientific information.

    The Action Plan is comprised of four chapters. Chapter I, advises the states/ UTs on
    preparedness against AI outbreaks. Chapter II, indicates the actions to be taken if an
    outbreak of AI is suspected. Chapter III, describes the actions during an outbreak of the
    disease, and Chapter IV, identifies persons who will handle Avian Influenza (AI) infected
    poultry and advises on biosafety and biosecurity measures.

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    See also: Uttar Pradesh - Bird flu in Amethi, chief secy puts districts on alert - H5N1 confirmed and Uttar Pradesh - Sultanpur district: bird flu confirmed in 2 dead wild crows - H5N1 confirmed (OIE)

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    Weekly Report on Notifiable Avian Influenza (H5 & H7) ending 08.03.2015
    http://dahd.nic.in/dahd/WriteReadDat...15_-_email.pdf

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    Status of Avian Influenza in India (Updated on 27.02.2014)
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    Full PDF of document here; http://dahd.nic.in/dahd/WriteReadData/Status%20of%20Avian%20Influenza%20in%20India.pdf




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    Comment - It is unusual that the state of Kerala, which had several H5N1 outbreaks in 2014, does not seem to routinely provide samples for testing. - Ro

    http://dahd.nic.in/dahd/WriteReadDat...0-%20email.pdf

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    Weekly Report on Notifiable Avian Influenza (H5 & H7) ending 04.01.2015
    http://dahd.nic.in/dahd/WriteReadDat...0-%20email.pdf

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    Re: Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries - Bird Flu Reports and Documents 2005 - Date

    Finally, an update!

    Report on Notifiable Avian Influenza (H5 & H7) ending 30/11/14
    http://dahd.nic.in/dahd/WriteReadDat...0and%20H7).pdf

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