The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAP) confirmed the first focal point of the avian influenza epidemic in Mato Grosso do Sul during the second expo (18). According to the ministry, the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI – H5N1) was detected in the breeding of domestic birds in Bonito (MS).
O Mapa explained that the official Veterinary Service is taking sanitary measures to contain and eradicate the outbreak and has intensified sanitary measures through surveillance operations on poultry populations in the area.
“There are no industrial poultry farms in key epidemiological risk areas,” the Ministry of Health said.
Secondly, it appears from the map that the occurrence of avian influenza in Mato Grosso do Sul did not result in restrictions on international trade in poultry products, as the virus was found in large numbers of poultry. “Poultry products remain safe for consumption and export,” the ministry added.
According to the map, cases registered in Mato Grosso do Sul state rank third among surviving birds found in Brazil.
“The map continues to remind people not to collect birds that we find dead or deceased and to provide assistance to the nearest veterinary services to prevent animals from becoming infected with Española. There is no change in Brazil’s poultry-free status. The ministry stressed, Due to the lack of production registration for commercial production, the World Health Organization (OMSA) influenza viruses for animals.
anyone g1 I contacted the National Animal and Plant Health Institute of Mato Grosso do Sul (Iagro), which claimed to be aware of the case but would not reveal any other information. The city government of Bonito also said it understands the priorities and is working with the state government and the city’s health director.
It is worth noting that the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) has strengthened the monitoring of the Ministry of Agriculture. For ABPA, biosecurity is the best way to achieve safety.
“At the same time, the advice given by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock is reiterated: in case of any suspected illness, do not touch any animal and contact the nearest veterinary service immediately,” the ABPA posted or warned.
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