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Italy strengthens the surveillance to avoid the entry of ASF

Due to the spreading of African swine fever in some countries and to the risk that this involves, the Italian authorities have strengthened the surveillance.

Wednesday 8 May 2019 (6 months 6 days ago)
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The Ministry of Health of Italy has published a notice in which it asks the regions that the local veterinary services and the competent authorities strengthen the biosecurity surveillance measures both during the transport of animals and on the farms, authorised truck disinfection units and abattoirs.

The ministerial notice reminds the biosecurity regulations included in article 64 of the Presidential Decree 320/54 (obligation of cleaning and disinfecting the vehicles) and the European Regulation on Animal Health 2016/429. In particular, the DGSAF (General Directorate of Animal Health and Veterinary Drugs) recommends to strengthen the control of the cleaning and disinfection procedures of the vehicles, including the use of detergents and the methods for the loading and the unloading of the pigs.

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019/ Anmvi Oggi/ Italy.
https://www.anmvioggi.it/

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