The Information Office of the Ministry of agriculture and rural affairs released in April 4th, an outbreak of African swine plague in Shangri-La, Diqing, Yunnan province.
April 4th, the Ministry of agriculture and rural affairs received a report from the animal disease prevention and control center of China. After being confirmed by the Yunnan provincial animal disease prevention and control center, 10 farmers in Shangri-La village group had an outbreak of African swine plague. Up to now, there are 301 live pigs in 10 farms, 196 of them are infected and 105 of them are dead. After the outbreak of the epidemic, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Areas dispatched a supervisory team to the local area immediately. The local government has launched the emergency response mechanism according to the requirements, and adopted measures such as blockade, culling, harmless treatment and disinfection. At the same time, all live pigs and their products are forbidden to be transferred out of the blockade area and pigs are forbidden to be transported into the blockade area. At present, the above measures have been implemented.
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