he Ministry of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (MGAP) analyzes the situation and the possibility of another declaration of emergency Avian Influenza, In the past few hours, after the first confirmed case of the disease was found in a wild mammal sea wolf.
This was acknowledged by the Deputy Minister of MGAP, Ignacio Buffa, In conversation with Informativo Uruguay, he noted that no new outbreaks of infection have been detected. Avian Influenza, This is despite warnings from NGOs of at least 10 cases. Furthermore, he recalled that the state of emergency was temporarily lifted on August 18.
Anyway, buffalo “Technicians will be on site to verify whether there are any dead birds,” he warned, adding that the portfolio was awaiting the results of laboratory studies sent for analysis. Argentina. “Based on these factors, the ministry will decide whether to declare a state of emergency again,” he said.
Regardless, the leader believes that the discovery of infected sea lions shows that “the warning system continues to work and that the strategies proposed so far are successful.” Detailing the containment device, he said they persist ” emphasize Biosecurity and Vaccination certain sensitive species to prevent viruses from entering the birds in the production process. “
To this end, he called for “the continuation of work under biosafety conditions, which has been and will be the main tool to prevent its entry into the commercial cycle.”
Will the sea lion sighting affect the season?
Director General of the National Agency for Aquatic Resources (Dinara), Jaime Coronel, Speaking to Channel 5 News, the report said the strain is “highly pathogenic” and admitted it produces ” infect Humans”, he therefore requests that the authorities be notified of any contact with dead or symptomatic animals on the beach. In these cases, you can do so at the following email address: (email protected) .
Asked about the possible impact season in summer, colonel He said: “We will analyze the possibilities of how to approach the season. In principle, we understand that as long as there are not a large number of deaths, there will be no problem.”