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Bird Flu Scare: Government Affirms Avian Influenza cases in Rajasthan, MP, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala

New Delhi : The Central government on Wednesday affirmed Avian Influenza, usually known as ‘fledgling influenza’, cases have been accounted for from Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Kerala.

The Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying educated this after the examples from these states were tried positive by Indian Council of Agricultural Research – National Institute of High-Security Animal Diseases (ICAR-NIHSAD).

In an authority explanation, the service said in Rajasthan, winged animal influenza is accounted for in crows in Baran, Kota and Jhalawar area, while Madhya Pradesh likewise detailed the sickness in crows in Mandsaur, Indore and Malwa locale.

“In Himachal Pradesh, the fledgling influenza is accounted for in transient winged creatures in Kangra, while in Kerala it is accounted for in poultry-duck in Kottayam and Allapuzha areas,” it said.

The service said a warning was given to Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh on January 1, 2021, requesting to stay away from additional spread of the disease.

“According to the data got from Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, control measures are being taken according to the rules of the National Action Plan of Avian Influenza. Another warning has been given on January 5, 2021, to Himachal Pradesh where the state has been encouraged to take gauges in order to maintain a strategic distance from additional spread of sickness to poultry. According to the report got, Kerala has just started control and regulation tasks from January 5, 2021 at focal points, and the separating cycle is in activity,” the service additionally expressed.

The service additionally educated that it has set up a control room in New Delhi to keep watch on the circumstance and to take stock consistently of preventive and control measures attempted by state specialists.

Kerala Minister for Forest, Animal farming and Dairy improvement K Raju on Tuesday affirmed that that around 12,000 ducks had passed on and around 40,000 flying creatures will be separated in the area where fledgling influenza has been accounted for.

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