Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Vietnam: Dak Lac Working To Prevent #H5N1 C From Entering

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has proposed localities to promptly "May hygiene, disinfection, sterilization breeding environment" in the country on October 10.
Since early 2012, avian influenza outbreaks in 115 communes in 55 districts of 21 provinces and more than 95 thousand poultry disease, death and destruction is more than 214 thousand. 
As a result of surveillance of influenza virus in poultry in 2012 of the Department of Animal Health, major outbreaks caused by influenza A/H5N1 virus branch (group A) triggers. 
Especially from months recent 7-2012, appeared a new group of viruses of branching (group C) and has made certain changes, and disease killed many ducks. New group of viruses can enter Vietnam.
Currently there is no suitable vaccine for avian flu caused by this branch Therefore, the risk of outbreak continues in the future is very high.
Therefore, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development proposed People's Committees of provinces and cities to enhance prevention, which immediately deploy the launching and implementation of the "Month of hygiene, disinfection, sterilization breeding environment "in the country in month 10-2012.

Dak Lak Province:
For the basis of concentrated poultry and livestock households, perform fluorescent plants surrounding a shelter, clean compost collection to burning or burying, cleared drains, disinfection, disinfection spray duplicate the entire barn, livestock area and vicinity once one week.
For concentrated poultry slaughterhouses, transport of poultry, poultry products should be cleaning, disinfection, sterilization before leaving slaughterhouses. Where slaughter hygiene and disinfection after each production shift.
In trade in live poultry markets in rural areas, to clean the area and spray disinfectants trade in poultry and poultry products, poultry slaughter area and the end of each market related items . Means of transport, injection locked cages must be disinfected when, out of the market.


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