government country of fire Post billboards to keep people out of the city’s coastal sanctuary grande riverthey appear to be dead 21 sea lion And confirmed that at least 7 of them were infected Avian Influenza. Authorities operate to prevent the spread of the virus and its possible human infection.
To this end, brigade members and provincial park rangers have placed signs prohibiting entry to the park. Atlantic Coast Provincial Reservewhere the sea lion was spotted last week.
An official spokesman who was consulted explained that the idea was to “keep people away from the department until the health condition has been resolved”.
They also cautioned that “it is very important to keep your distance and to be aware of the symptoms of the fauna,” according to a statement from Tierra del Fuego’s Production and Environment Ministry.
Authorities informed that, based on international experience, marine mammals may be susceptible to bird flu and rarely become infected.
“Countries in the region have also reported other positive cases such as Peru and chili. In the latter country, in the town of Puerto Williams (in front of the city of Ushuaia), a South American sea lion (Otaria flavescens) infected with avian influenza appeared in June this year,” they said.
National Produce Health and Quality Service (Senasa) last Friday reported cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 infection in seven sea lions found off the coast of the Rio Grande.
Senasa has therefore, together with the provincial government and the city of Rio Grande, established a monitoring committee to be responsible for the implementation of the containment and containment missions in the affected areas.
Likewise, the health agency continues to work with the different regions, as well as national, provincial and municipal organizations and production sectors, “as a state of vigilance is maintained in the face of the behavior of the disease and its forms and forms of transmission”.dissemination,” the official report