African swine fever confirmed in Cherp Gram Panchayat; Warning


In case of African swine fever confirmed in a pig farm in Cherap village panchayat of Thrissur district, the district animal welfare officer has knowledgeable that the pigs within the farms inside a radius of 1 kilometer needs to be killed and incinerated following security requirements. Within the scenario the place swine flu has been confirmed within the district, a gathering held within the chamber of District Collector Haritha V Kumar below the chairmanship of Income Division Minister Okay Rajan assessed the scenario. CC Mukundan MLA, Zilla Panchayat President PK Davis Grasp, Cherapp Gram Panchayat President Sujisha Kalliat and others additionally attended the assembly.

Within the scenario the place swine flu was confirmed in Wayanad and Kannur districts, surveillance was additionally intensified in Thrissur district. The illness was confirmed in a pig farm in Cherp panchayat after the pattern was examined on the virology lab in Bhopal. It was additionally determined to watch the pigs within the farms positioned inside 10 kilometers of this farm. A particular group has been appointed to examine their blood and monitor their well being at common intervals.

A ban has been positioned on the acquisition and sale of pigs, pig meat and pig feed inside one kilometer radius of the contaminated space. A 24-hour management room has additionally been arrange on the District Animal Illness Management Mission Workplace to coordinate preventive measures – Cellphone 0487 2424223.

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