The Livestock Service Agency (MGAP) of the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries has suspended health emergency Due to bird flu (Avian Influenza) temporarily so that the birds can participate Prado Expo 2023 is scheduled for September. The declaration of a health emergency restricts the movement of birds across the country.
The suspension is effective for 60 days from the resolution passed on August 16. The animal health emergency has been in force since February this year.
In any case, the Ministry said, it “urges that in the case of centralized exhibitions and auctions of birds, the existing sanitary regulations must be observed and sanitary mats must be placed at the entrances of exhibition sheds or bird fairs”. MGAP’s.
“It is also urged that in all cases the site be cleaned and disinfected before and after the event. Birds must receive a dose of inactivated vaccine at least 14 days before the event. This dose will be provided by the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries Issue a health certificate so that it can be sent to the fair,” said a statement detailing the measures taken for the Prado Expo in September.
Furthermore, “the entry and exit of birds intended for exhibition or auction must be recorded by official services, detailing their origin and destination. Failure to comply with these regulations will result in the imposition of the prescribed sanctions”, concludes MGAP.