African swine fever came into the county of Buzau. Sick animals were discovered in Pătârlagele and Pănătău



Update 21.00: DSVSA Buzau has ordered measures to raise suspicions of African swine fever infection (PPA) in pigs from three households in Lunca, the municipality of Pătârlagele, an animal and the municipality of Pănătău, three animals.

For example, in the village of Pănătău the slaughter of two pigs from a household was ordered for necropsy / sampling and blood collection of a third animal in a neighboring household.

In the village of Lunca, Pătârlagele, a sample was taken of a suspected PAP infected animal, after which the animal was slaughtered by the owner.

In both places, the disinfection of households with suspicions of infection with PPAs, the removal of warning posters and property demarcation lines, as well as the inventory of all pigs, was removed.

The result of laboratory analyzes conducted by the Diagnostic and Animal Health Institute in Bucharest is expected on Sunday morning.

Also Sunday at 9.00 am at "Ghe. Filipescu" of CJ Buzău have gathered meetings of the Local Center for Disease Control (CLCB) and the County Emergency County Committee (CJSU) Buzău, where – depending on the conclusions of the specialists – it will be decided what measures have to be taken.

First news: The village of Lunca in the municipality of Pătârlagele and the municipality of Pănătău are the points where the first suspicions of African swine fever occurred in the province of Buzau. Rapid tests would confirm the presence of the virus.

In households where suspicions arose, veterinarians were accompanied by gendarmes to take samples. According to sources in Pătârlagele, the source of the infection would be a pig produced from Tulcea, cut into slices and then distributed among family members.

The County Emergency Committee and the Local Center for Disease Control were summoned for Sunday at 9 am to determine which measures were needed.


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African swine fever came into the county of Buzau. Sick animals were discovered in Pătârlagele and Pănătău



Update 21.00: DSVSA Buzau has ordered measures to raise suspicions of African swine fever infection (PPA) in pigs from three households in Lunca, the municipality of Pătârlagele, an animal and the municipality of Pănătău, three animals.

For example, in the village of Pănătău the slaughter of two pigs from a household was ordered for necropsy / sampling and blood collection of a third animal in a neighboring household.

In the village of Lunca, Pătârlagele, a sample was taken of a suspected PAP infected animal, after which the animal was slaughtered by the owner.

In both places, the disinfection of households with suspicions of infection with PPAs, the removal of warning posters and property demarcation lines, as well as the inventory of all pigs, was removed.

The result of laboratory analyzes conducted by the Diagnostic and Animal Health Institute in Bucharest is expected on Sunday morning.

Also Sunday at 9.00 am at "Ghe. Filipescu" of CJ Buzău have gathered meetings of the Local Center for Disease Control (CLCB) and the County Emergency County Committee (CJSU) Buzău, where – depending on the conclusions of the specialists – it will be decided what measures have to be taken.

First news: The village of Lunca in the municipality of Pătârlagele and the municipality of Pănătău are the points where the first suspicions of African swine fever occurred in the province of Buzau. Rapid tests would confirm the presence of the virus.

In households where suspicions arose, veterinarians were accompanied by gendarmes to take samples. According to sources in Pătârlagele, the source of the infection would be a pig produced from Tulcea, cut into slices and then distributed among family members.

The County Emergency Committee and the Local Center for Disease Control were summoned for Sunday at 9 am to determine which measures were needed.


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