Friday, December 12, 2008

Shenzhen poultry found infected with bird flu

Guangzhou Daily

Shenzhen newspaper yesterday, the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Bureau of Shenzhen City announced that, after the city within the scope of inspection, Shenzhen poultry found infected with bird flu.

It is understood that since the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced on the 9th of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus, the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Bureau of Shenzhen City on the 10th morning, immediately held an emergency meeting to study the deployment of highly pathogenic avian influenza prevention and control of the city, urged that all units And departments to take immediate action to effectively take effective measures to prevent and control tightly and firmly to prevent the highly pathogenic avian influenza in Shenzhen city.

Agriculture, forestry, fisheries bureau composed of four districts within the SAR Inspection, Inspection Longgang District, Baoan District bright Inspection Unit 3, and other inspection teams a total of 80 passengers, from 10 am to start in the city carried out within the framework of a comprehensive inspection.

At present, the inspection team examined the 4 Wholesale Poultry Market, 20 large-scale poultry farms, 8-point monitoring of migratory birds (including monitoring wildlife park, mangrove nature reserve).

From the check point of view, Shenzhen, the highly pathogenic avian influenza prevention and control measures to be better implemented, did not find anything unusual.

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Bureau said the next step will focus on the Shenzhen prevention and control measures: a good job at the poultry wholesale market, a greater density of wild birds and other key regional prevention and control of the region, strengthen the monitoring, attention and human isolation; Immunization efforts to implement the measures, focusing on the size of poultry farms and poultry farm exports to ensure 100% immune to strengthen routine immunization to monitor the situation; step up inspections, the report found irregularities in a timely manner; do a good job in emergency preparedness, contingency reserves necessary for the Material.

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