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African Plague May Come to Amur Region Following Flood - EastRussia | Far East

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After the flood, an African plague may come to the Amur Region

After the flood, an African plague may come to the Amur Region
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In one of the villages of the Amur Region, which was saved from flooding, African swine fever is suspected. Veterinarians discovered the clinical signs of the disease and took tests that should be ready no later than 8 of August.

A possible outbreak of the disease was recorded in the village of Ust-Ivanovka, Blagoveshchensk district. It is reported Amur.Info. Pig owners were banned from exporting meat and moving animals. They will be destroyed only if the diagnosis is confirmed.

African plague is one of the most contagious diseases among pigs. There are no drugs and prophylaxis against it, and mortality occurs in 100% of cases. For people, the infection is not dangerous, but it can cause huge damage to agriculture. On the eve of the outbreak of ASF recorded in the Primorye Territory. 70 animals were destroyed and quarantined.