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Increase in ASF cases in Belgium

Since last September 13th, 15 cases of African swine fever have been detected in wild boars found dead in the region of Etalle.

Thursday 27 September 2018 (9 months 23 days ago)
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Since last September 13th, 2018, the date of the confirmation of the first ASF case in Belgium, 15 cases of this disease have been detected wild boars found dead in the region of Etalle, in the province of Luxembourg.

Through a mutual agreement between the Food Chain Security Agency (AFSCA) and the region of Wallonia, an infected area, that currently remains standing, has been defined around the detected cases.

In this area, measures are being taken with respect to both wild boars and pigs.

<p>Infected area</p>

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018/ AFSCA/ Belgium.
http://www.afsca.be/ppa

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