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    march 27, 2015


    Avian flu in chickens in Sorong

    Meanwhile, bird flu has also been extended to the city of Sorong, West Papua, after 200 chickens died suddenly.The spread of bird flu is suspected due to the inclusion of fighting cocks from outside Sorong.

    West Papua Provincial Government is trying to collect a number of parties to prevent the spread of bird flu disease further.

    "The actions of the spread of avian influenza should be anticipated with socialization of the community," said Head of Disease Prevention of the spread of Sorong City dr Firdianiel in Sorong, Friday (27/3).
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
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    Source: http://news.okezone.com/read/2015/04...dai-flu-burung

    Selasa, 7 April 2015 - 08:55 wib
    Warga Papua Barat Diminta Waspadai Flu Burung

    Google translation:

    Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 - 8:55 pm
    West Papuans Requested Beware of Bird Flu

    MANOKWARI - Head of the Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health, West Papua Province, Harry Uhi, asking residents to be aware of the spread of avian influenza virus.

    "The bird flu virus is currently plagued city of Sorong, West Papua so people are asked to alert the spread of this dangerous virus," said Chief Harry Uhi in Manokwari, Tuesday (07/04/2015).

    He said that, in the period February to March 2015, hundreds of chickens died suddenly in Sorong by avian flu. However, it is handled by the Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health locals that do not spread to other areas in West Papua.

    "Avian influenza virus has also been shut down hundreds of poultry community in Sorong in 2013 and 2014," said Harry.

    He said the bird flu virus found in Sorong is thought to have come from fighting cock from outside Papua.

    "In order to prevent the spread of bird flu virus Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health Sorong City to disseminate ways of preventing the spread of the virus to the local community," he said.

    Moreover, he added, the department together with relevant agencies to tighten oversight of poultry from outside the entrance to the area.

    Furthermore, he said that the Mayor of Sorong has issued regulations governing the circulation of poultry and maintenance to cope with the spread of avian influenza virus.
    (Fid)

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