UE - EFSA: Animal health safety of fresh meat derived from pigs vaccinated against Classic Swine Fever

Very limited data related to the presence of CSFV in fresh meat have been generated after the implementation of a non-vaccination strategy. Therefore, a simulation modelling approach was developed to assess the risk of emergency vaccination on the safety of meat compared to the current control of CSF in domestic pigs without vaccination. It was concluded from the model that none of the strategies could reduce the risk to absolute zero.
Tuesday 3 February 2009 (9 years 17 days ago)
Very limited data related to the presence of CSFV in fresh meat have been generated after the implementation of a non-vaccination strategy. Therefore, a simulation modelling approach was developed to assess the risk of emergency vaccination on the safety of meat compared to the current control of CSF in domestic pigs without vaccination.

It was concluded from the model that none of the strategies could reduce the risk to absolute zero.

http://www.efsa.europa.eu/EFSA/efsa_locale-1178620753812_1211902309158.htm

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