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  • Peru: Bird flu in wild birds

    Source: https://news.yahoo.com/peru-reports-...103022371.html


    Peru reports first severe bird-flu outbreak
    Fri, November 18, 2022 at 5:30 AM·1 min read

    PARIS (Reuters) - Peru has reported its first outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza as the disease swept through some wild pelicans, the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) said on Friday.

    The type A H5 virus killed 200 pelicans that were found on a beach in the northern province of Paita, WOAH said, citing a report from the Peruvian authorities....

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    • #3
      Peru - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Immediate notification

      GENERAL INFORMATION
      COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
      ZONE

      ANIMAL TYPE
      TERRESTRIAL

      DISEASE CATEGORY
      OIE-listed

      EVENT ID
      4732

      DISEASE
      Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

      CAUSAL AGENT
      Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

      GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
      Untyped or partially typed

      START DATE
      2022/11/10

      REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
      First occurrence in the country

      DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE
      -

      CONFIRMATION DATE
      2022/11/13

      EVENT STATUS
      On-going

      END DATE
      -

      SELF-DECLARATION
      NO

      REPORT INFORMATION
      REPORT NUMBER
      Immediate notification

      REPORT ID
      IN_157921

      REPORT REFERENCE
      -

      REPORT DATE
      2022/11/17

      REPORT STATUS
      Validated

      NO EVOLUTION REPORT
      -

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
      SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
      Contact with wild species

      EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS

      On November 11th, a notification was received regarding deaths in pelicans on Los Cangrejos beach, province of Paita, department of Piura. Samples were tested at SENASA's Animal Health Diagnostic Center Unit, where influenza virus type A H5 was detected.
      ...

      NEW OUTBREAKS
      OB_109029 - PLAYA CANGREJOS, DISTRITO DE PAITA, PROVINCIA DE PAITA, DEPARTAMENTO DE PIURA
      OUTBREAK REFERENCE
      -

      START DATE
      2022/11/10

      END DATE
      -

      DETAILED CHARACTERISATION
      -

      FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
      Peruvian Exclusive Economic Zone

      SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
      -

      THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
      -

      EPIDEMIOLOGICAL UNIT
      Body of water

      LOCATION
      Playa Cangrejos, distrito de Paita, provincia de Paita, departamento de Piura

      Latitude, Longitude
      -5.208677 , -81.203382

      (Approximate location)
      OUTBREAKS IN CLUSTER
      -

      MEASURING UNIT
      Animal

      AFFECTED POPULATION DESCRIPTION
      On November 11th, a notification was received regarding the death of seabirds (pelicans) on Los Cangrejos beach, district of Paita, province of Paita, department of Piura. The diagnosis was carried out at SENASA's Animal Health Diagnostic Center Unit, where avian influenza virus type A H5 was detected.

      SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated
      Peruvian pelican (WILD)
      NEW- 200 200 1 0 0
      TOTAL-200 200 1 0 0
      ...

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      • #4
        Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-63793654

        Peru bird flu: Thousands of pelicans found dead
        Published 50 minutes ago
        By Vanessa Buschschlüter
        BBC News

        More than 5,500 pelicans have died in Peru in recent weeks due to an outbreak of bird flu.

        Several beaches are littered with the carcasses of the dead animals and some have also been found in protected areas.

        In total, more than 13,000 birds have been killed by the H5N1 avian influenza strain, according to biologists.

        Peruvian officials have declared a health alert to prevent its spread to farm poultry....

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        • #5
          Translation Google

          South America

          Nearly 14,000 birds found dead from bird flu in Peru


          Thousands of pelicans have been found dead on the shores of Peruvian beaches in recent days, victims of the H5N1 avian flu.

          Posted today at 06:17

          Nearly 14,000 seabirds, including a majority of pelicans, have died of the H5N1 avian flu in Peru, the National Forestry and Wildlife Service (Serfor) said on Tuesday.

          “According to the latest official national report, more than 13,869 wild seabirds have died from H5N1 avian influenza, along much of our coastline, inside and outside protected areas,” according to a press release from Serfor. Of this number, some 10,257 pelicans have been counted.

          Serfor's marine fauna specialist, Lady Amaro, clarified that this count was carried out by specialists in the regions of Piura (on the border with Ecuador), Lambayeque, La Libertad, Ancash, Ica, Moquegua, Tacna and Lima.

          Health alert

          The National Agricultural Health Service (Senasa) specified that a sanitary cordon was set up in the village of Gallito, in the region of Lambayeque, in order to control the first outbreak of avian flu detected in a poultry farm.

          Senasa issued a 180-day health alert last week after confirming three cases of the highly contagious H5N1 avian flu in pelicans. Dozens of pelicans were found dead on the shores of San Pedro, Punta Hermosa and San Bartolo beaches, south of Lima, between Monday and Tuesday.

          The National Agricultural Health Service said the health alert was issued as a precaution because the virus, imported by migratory birds from North America, could spread to "backyard poultry (turkeys, ducks, chickens and gamecocks)” and on commercial farms.

          Significant mortality

          Walter Silva, a specialist at Serfor, recalled that the first outbreak of bird flu on the American continent was declared in Canada last year. In January, the virus was detected in the United States, which affected poultry production.

          The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has expressed concern and warns that due to seasonal bird migration, the disease could reach Central and South America, according to Walter Silva. Avian influenza is an incurable disease without treatment that causes significant mortality among wild and domestic birds such as ducks, hens, chickens and turkeys.

          AFP

          Des milliers de pélicans ont été retrouvés morts sur les rivages des plages du Pérou ces derniers jours, victimes de la grippe aviaire H5N1.

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          • #6

            Location of Miraflores in Lima province
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miraflores_District,_Lima



            Translation Google

            Municipality of Miraflores closes its beaches until dead pelicans are collected

            Dying birds have been detected among the eight beaches of the Miraflores district; it is recommended not to approach them.

            published 46 minutes ago on 12/06/2022By Writing Lime Gray

            The District Municipality of Miraflores announced last night that it will close the beaches under its jurisdiction until the collection of all the pelicans killed by H5N1 avian influenza is completed . This district has eight beaches along five kilometers: Los Delfines , La Pampilla , Pacífico Sur , Waikiki , Makaha , Redondo , La Estrella and Las Piedritas .

            “Starting tomorrow (December 6) at 6 in the morning, the Municipality of Miraflores closes all its beaches, due to the presence of dead pelicans as a result of bird flu. The municipality has made this decision until all the birds found dead around the beaches are collected," said the mayor of Miraflores, Luis Molina , for the newspaper La República .

            The municipality made such a decision after the authorities of the Ministry of Health (Minsa) , after a meeting with officials of the National Agrarian Health Service of Peru (Senasa) and the National Forestry and Wildlife Service (Serfor) , agreed to recommend to the district municipalities limit the access of bathers to the beaches to allow the collection of dead birds.

            As recalled, the mayor of Miraflores had already announced that he would request the Minsa to temporarily close the beaches in his district in the face of the health emergency due to the presence of 'highly pathogenic' H5N1 avian influenza in domestic birds or backyard birds.

            The protocol and procedure for the collection and disposal of dead birds will be in charge of Senasa and Serfor, as well as the correct implementation with Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for the personnel in charge of said task.

            Dead birds can infect humans

            As indicated by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) , some strains of highly pathogenic avian influenza have the capacity to infect humans when in direct or indirect contact with infected animals or with environments and surfaces contaminated with stool.

            Avian influenza can be spread to humans through contact with birds killed by this virus ; that is to say, it can occur when you come into contact with these birds and from there put your hand to your mouth or respiratory tract, indicated the Minsa.

            The virus is highly contagious; In addition to saliva, a sneeze can be the route of infection, as well as touching the objects of people with this disease.
            ]

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            • #7
              Translation Google

              Peru registers 22,000 seabirds killed by bird flu

              Posted December 6, 2022

              Health clarifies that it is not a health hazard for humans, although contact with the corpses of birds should not be made.

              Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service (Serfor) said Monday that the number of seabirds and shorebirds killed by the bird flu outbreak rose to 22,000.

              The institution records at least 16,890 dead pelicans, 4,324 sea boobies, 630 camanay and 168 guanay, among other species of birds that inhabit coastal areas and nature reserves.

              Just in the most recent week, it is estimated that more than 5,000 birds perished on the coasts of the Andean country, says Serfor.

              This disease "is like Covid for birds, which affects some more than others," the head of Sustainable Management of the Forest Service, Doris Rodríguez, told the press.

              The first cases of avian influenza type H5N1 appeared about two weeks ago and the Government decreed a health alert for 180 days, for which reason cockfights and poultry fairs scheduled for the month of December were suspended.

              Since its appearance, more than 37,000 poultry have been slaughtered on the producing farms, Peruvian media confirm, although the health authorities affirm that there is no risk of contagion for humans when eating the meat.

              However, they recommend that the population refrain from visiting the beaches while cleaning is being carried out, since direct contact with dead animals can be dangerous.

              Sanidad aclara que no es un peligro de salud para los humanos, aunque no se debe entrar en contacto con los cadáveres de las aves.

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              • #8
                Tacna: more than 12 thousand dead birds only on the beaches of La Yarada-Los Palos
                June 1, 2023
                • 3:22 p.m.



                Worrying. So far in 2023, the mayoral staff of the district municipality of La Yarada Los Palos buried 12,143 birds and 135 sea lions found dead along the coast of this jurisdiction in the province of Tacna . The handling of the bodies was carried out with Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and in coordination with SENASA in response to the " Avian Influenza Surveillance, Prevention and Control Plan ", which goes from milestone no. Rosa to Los Chaskis beach.
                As reported by the border municipality, 236 birds were buried in January, 1,319 in February, 2,020 in March, 2,653 in April; however, this figure doubled in May with a total of 5,915 buried specimens. While, in the case of sea lions, 10 were buried in January, February 10, March 50, April 30 and May 35.
                On average, only the staff of La Yarada Los Palos bury 66 birds per day . Meanwhile, official reports corresponding to the beaches of Ite, Boca del Río and Vila Vila have not yet been issued.
                They demand the MPT to act
                On the subject, the president of the association of owners and vacationers of Boca del Río, Renato Tejerina, spoke last weekend that he transferred the concern to the provincial mayor Pascual Güisa, obtaining as a response that "in one way or another he was trying to to raise more or less 8 to 9 marine species per day" which is insufficient because the mortality of sea lions persists in the area, and it is recommended to the authority that "it have permanent surveillance personnel", but the request is not met.
                ​​
                ​​​​​​" We had expectations for the mayor to do things immediately, but apparently he wants a little more time , the population cannot wait," Tejerina questioned on May 28.

                recommendations
                For its part, the environmental management sub-management of La Yarada-Los Palos has recommended that citizens not handle dead and/or injured birds to avoid all types of contagion and report cases to the citizen security numbers, 985 689 820 or at 986 575 781 .
                Mention that on May 27, the National Forestry and Wildlife Service (Serfor) of Tacna and Moquegua, Christian Riveros Arteaga told the population via Radio Uno that if the sea lion or bird is no longer alive, notify the the municipality of the jurisdiction to act based on solid waste management, in this case burying the specimen. And if you are dying , contact Serfor via WhatsApp 947 588 269 providing the exact location, photo and contact name.


                source: https://radiouno.pe/noticias/173252/...a%20de%20Tacna.
                Last edited by sharon sanders; June 2, 2023, 01:09 PM. Reason: fixed link
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                • #9

                  National Agrarian Health Service of Peru


                  MIDAGRI: Peru redoubles efforts due to the increase in cases of avian flu in birds and mammals

                  Press release



                  Photos: Senasa

                  June 15, 2023 - 1:09 p.m.
                  The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, through SENASA, reported that Peru has reported the death of 9,890 sea lions and 605,158 wild birds associated with the avian influenza virus, mainly in the regions located along the country's coastline.

                  Although the disease has been affecting mainly wild birds and some species of mammals, the viral load of these animals has also managed to infect domestic birds in 13 regions of the country.

                  In recent weeks, the appearance of birds and sea lions on the Peruvian coast has increased and, faced with this context, SENASA is on maximum alert, for which reason it has ordered, through the 'Con Punche Perú' economic reactivation plan, hiring a larger team of specialists to deal with notifications at the national level in a timely manner and carry out control actions in the event of detecting any possible case that may arise.

                  It is important to consider that, since the beginning of the health emergency, SENASA managed to attend to 166 positive cases of H5 avian influenza in domestic birds, mostly in backyard birds, that is, birds that are found inside houses. .

                  “We are redoubling our efforts to intensify surveillance and control actions throughout the national territory and, thus, safeguard public health and food security in the country. To date, the work carried out has allowed the country not to report cases in humans and, in addition, the price of chicken meat, the main source of protein for Peruvian consumers, is normalized”, pointed out the head of SENASA, Miguel Quevedo.

                  As is known, avian influenza has been affecting several countries in Latin America, with confirmed cases in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Panama, Venezuela, Costa Rica and Honduras. Until now, only cases of infection in humans have been reported in Ecuador and Chile.

                  Vaccination and sanitary provisions

                  In Peru, the vaccination process for long-lived domestic birds began and, to date, 31,710,178 doses have already been applied.

                  The health emergency due to avian influenza extended until December 31, 2023 throughout the national territory. In this way, the measures established by SENASA remain in force, such as the prohibition on the movement of domestic birds without a health certificate and the prohibition of holding gallistic events in areas where positive cases have been detected, among others.

                  Finally, poultry producers are urged to work jointly with SENASA to address any suspicion of the disease, immediately notifying the death of domestic birds to the cell phone 946922469 or to the email reporta.peru@senasa.gob.pe .


                  https://www.gob.pe/institucion/senas...es-y-mamiferos

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                  • #10
                    Peru - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Follow up report 4


                    GENERAL INFORMATION

                    COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
                    ZONE

                    ANIMAL TYPE
                    TERRESTRIAL

                    DISEASE CATEGORY
                    Listed disease

                    EVENT ID
                    4732

                    DISEASE
                    Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

                    CAUSAL AGENT
                    Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

                    GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
                    H5 (N untyped)

                    START DATE
                    2022/11/09

                    REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
                    First occurrence in the country

                    DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE- CONFIRMATION DATE
                    2022/11/13

                    EVENT STATUS
                    On-going

                    END DATE- SELF-DECLARATION

                    NO REPORT INFORMATION

                    REPORT NUMBER
                    Follow-up report 4

                    REPORT ID
                    FUR_165067

                    REPORT REFERENCE- REPORT DATE
                    2024/07/01

                    REPORT STATUS
                    Validated

                    NO EVOLUTION REPORT

                    EPIDEMIOLOGY SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
                    • Contact with wild species
                    EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS
                    On November 11th, a notification was received regarding deaths in pelicans on Los Cangrejos beach, province of Paita, department of Piura. Samples were tested at SENASA's Animal Health Diagnostic Center Unit, where influenza virus type A H5 was detected. Note of 23/01/2024: Outbreak OB_124755 - 52300129 - FRUTILLO, BAMBAMARCA, HUALGAYOC, CAJAMARCA has been removed from this event as it concerns combat birds; it will therefore be included in the corresponding event (event 4765). Note of 23 February 2024: The quantitative data for the following outbreaks have been modified: ob_118326, ob_118384, ob_118391, ob_127009 and ob_112118.

                    QUANTITATIVE DATA SUMMARY

                    MEASURING UNIT
                    Animal

                    SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated Mealy Parrot (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Mallard (WILD)NEW------TOTAL3800000 Tawny Eagle (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-31--- Blue-and-yellow Macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Red-and-green Macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Scarlet macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Great Egret (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-11--- Birds (DOMESTIC)NEW209411458511172--TOTAL1336561335404683900 Grey-headed gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-22000 Rock Pigeon (Rock Dove) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2-2-- Black Vulture (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-11--- Peregrin falcon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL122000 Fregatidae (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1210--- Kelp Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-16151-- Budgerigar (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Whimbrel (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1-1-- Common Guineafowl (WILD)NEW------TOTAL741000 Indian Peafowl (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Guanay Cormorant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-119108100 Common pheasant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Psittacidae (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL6----- Great Skua (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-25205-- Strigiformes (unidentified) (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL111000 Andean Condor (WILD)NEW------TOTAL111000 Peruvian pelican (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-5074732500 Blue-footed Booby (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-42100 Peruvian Booby (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-455457600 Grey Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-8378311-- Red-legged Cormorant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2221100 Andean Goose (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-102102--- Black-chested buzzard-eagle (WILD)NEW------TOTAL101310200 White-winged parakeet (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 White-throated toucan (cuvieri) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Chestnut-eared aracari (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Yellow-headed amazon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Brown-hooded Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-108--- Sooty Shearwater (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-61--- Magnificent Frigatebird (WILD)NEW-200100---TOTAL-210104--- Waved albatross (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-44--- All speciesNEW209413459511172--TOTAL1345084937580688500

                    DIAGNOSTIC DETAILS

                    CLINICAL SIGNS
                    YES

                    METHOD OF DIAGNOSTIC
                    Diagnostic test
                    Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) Centro de diagnóstico de sanidad animal del SENASA Peruvian pelican ob_109029 2022/11/13 Positive
                    https://wahis.woah.org/#/in-review/4732

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                    • #11
                      Peru - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Follow up report 6


                      GENERAL INFORMATION

                      COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
                      ZONE

                      ANIMAL TYPE
                      TERRESTRIAL

                      DISEASE CATEGORY
                      Listed disease

                      EVENT ID
                      4732

                      DISEASE
                      Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

                      CAUSAL AGENT
                      Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

                      GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
                      H5 (N untyped)

                      START DATE
                      2022/11/09

                      REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
                      First occurrence in the country

                      DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE- CONFIRMATION DATE
                      2022/11/13

                      EVENT STATUS
                      On-going

                      END DATE- SELF-DECLARATION

                      NO REPORT INFORMATION

                      REPORT NUMBER
                      Follow-up report 6

                      REPORT ID
                      FUR_168140

                      REPORT REFERENCE- REPORT DATE
                      2024/07/08

                      REPORT STATUS
                      Validated

                      NO EVOLUTION REPORT

                      EPIDEMIOLOGY

                      SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
                      • Contact with wild species
                      EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS
                      On November 11th, a notification was received regarding deaths in pelicans on Los Cangrejos beach, province of Paita, department of Piura. Samples were tested at SENASA's Animal Health Diagnostic Center Unit, where influenza virus type A H5 was detected. Note of 23/01/2024: Outbreak OB_124755 - 52300129 - FRUTILLO, BAMBAMARCA, HUALGAYOC, CAJAMARCA has been removed from this event as it concerns combat birds; it will therefore be included in the corresponding event (event 4765). Note of 23 February 2024: The quantitative data for the following outbreaks have been modified: ob_118326, ob_118384, ob_118391, ob_127009 and ob_112118.

                      QUANTITATIVE DATA SUMMARY

                      MEASURING UNIT
                      Animal

                      SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated Mealy Parrot (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Mallard (WILD)NEW------TOTAL3800000 Tawny Eagle (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-31--- Blue-and-yellow Macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Red-and-green Macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Scarlet macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Great Egret (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-11--- Birds (DOMESTIC)NEW70666---TOTAL1364863465488683900 Grey-headed gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-22000 Rock Pigeon (Rock Dove) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2-2-- Black Vulture (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-11--- Peregrin falcon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL122000 Fregatidae (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1210--- Kelp Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-16151-- Budgerigar (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Whimbrel (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1-1-- Common Guineafowl (WILD)NEW------TOTAL741000 Indian Peafowl (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Guanay Cormorant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-119108100 Common pheasant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Psittacidae (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL6----- Great Skua (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-25205-- Strigiformes (unidentified) (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL111000 Andean Condor (WILD)NEW------TOTAL111000 Peruvian pelican (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-5074732500 Blue-footed Booby (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-42100 Peruvian Booby (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-455457600 Grey Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-8378311-- Red-legged Cormorant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2221100 Andean Goose (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-102102--- Black-chested buzzard-eagle (WILD)NEW------TOTAL101310200 White-winged parakeet (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 White-throated toucan (cuvieri) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Chestnut-eared aracari (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Yellow-headed amazon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Brown-hooded Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-108--- Sooty Shearwater (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-61--- Magnificent Frigatebird (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-210104--- Waved albatross (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-44--- All speciesNEW70666---TOTAL1373387067664688500

                      DIAGNOSTIC DETAILS

                      CLINICAL SIGNS
                      YES

                      METHOD OF DIAGNOSTIC
                      Diagnostic test
                      Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) Centro de diagnóstico de sanidad animal del SENASA Peruvian pelican ob_109029 2022/11/13 Positive
                      https://wahis.woah.org/#/in-review/4732

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                      • #12
                        Peru - Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-) - Follow up report 7


                        GENERAL INFORMATION

                        COUNTRY/TERRITORY OR ZONE
                        ZONE

                        ANIMAL TYPE
                        TERRESTRIAL

                        DISEASE CATEGORY
                        Listed disease

                        EVENT ID
                        4732

                        DISEASE
                        Influenza A viruses of high pathogenicity (Inf. with) (non-poultry including wild birds) (2017-)

                        CAUSAL AGENT
                        Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus

                        GENOTYPE / SEROTYPE / SUBTYPE
                        H5 (N untyped)

                        START DATE
                        2022/11/09

                        REASON FOR NOTIFICATION
                        First occurrence in the country

                        DATE OF LAST OCCURRENCE- CONFIRMATION DATE
                        2022/11/13

                        EVENT STATUS
                        On-going

                        END DATE- SELF-DECLARATION

                        NO REPORT INFORMATION

                        REPORT NUMBER
                        Follow-up report 7

                        REPORT ID
                        FUR_168165

                        REPORT REFERENCE- REPORT DATE
                        2024/07/12

                        REPORT STATUS
                        Validated

                        NO EVOLUTION REPORT

                        EPIDEMIOLOGY

                        SOURCE OF EVENT OR ORIGIN OF INFECTION
                        • Contact with wild species
                        EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMMENTS
                        On November 11th, a notification was received regarding deaths in pelicans on Los Cangrejos beach, province of Paita, department of Piura. Samples were tested at SENASA's Animal Health Diagnostic Center Unit, where influenza virus type A H5 was detected. Note of 23/01/2024: Outbreak OB_124755 - 52300129 - FRUTILLO, BAMBAMARCA, HUALGAYOC, CAJAMARCA has been removed from this event as it concerns combat birds; it will therefore be included in the corresponding event (event 4765). Note of 23 February 2024: The quantitative data for the following outbreaks have been modified: ob_118326, ob_118384, ob_118391, ob_127009 and ob_112118.

                        QUANTITATIVE DATA SUMMARY

                        MEASURING UNIT
                        Animal

                        SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and Disposed ofSlaughtered/ Killed for commercial useVaccinated Mealy Parrot (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Mallard (WILD)NEW------TOTAL3800000 Tawny Eagle (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-31--- Blue-and-yellow Macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Red-and-green Macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Scarlet macaw (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Great Egret (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-11--- Birds (DOMESTIC)NEW------TOTAL1364863465488683900 Grey-headed gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-22000 Rock Pigeon (Rock Dove) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2-2-- Black Vulture (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-11--- Peregrin falcon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL122000 Fregatidae (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1210--- Kelp Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-16151-- Budgerigar (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Whimbrel (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-1-1-- Common Guineafowl (WILD)NEW------TOTAL741000 Indian Peafowl (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Guanay Cormorant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-119108100 Common pheasant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL300000 Psittacidae (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL6----- Great Skua (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-25205-- Strigiformes (unidentified) (unidentified) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL111000 Andean Condor (WILD)NEW------TOTAL111000 Black Skimmer (WILD)NEW-1211---TOTAL-1211--- Peruvian pelican (WILD)NEW-175995--TOTAL-6825723000 Blue-footed Booby (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-42100 Peruvian Booby (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-455457600 Grey Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-8378311-- Red-legged Cormorant (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-2221100 Andean Goose (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-102102--- Black-chested buzzard-eagle (WILD)NEW------TOTAL101310200 White-winged parakeet (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 White-throated toucan (cuvieri) (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Chestnut-eared aracari (WILD)NEW------TOTAL100000 Yellow-headed amazon (WILD)NEW------TOTAL200000 Brown-hooded Gull (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-108--- Sooty Shearwater (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-61--- Magnificent Frigatebird (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-210104--- Waved albatross (WILD)NEW------TOTAL-44--- All speciesNEW-1871105--TOTAL1373388937774689000

                        DIAGNOSTIC DETAILS

                        CLINICAL SIGNS
                        YES

                        METHOD OF DIAGNOSTIC
                        Diagnostic test
                        Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) Centro de diagnóstico de sanidad animal del SENASA Peruvian pelican ob_109029 2022/11/13 Positive
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