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India: Status of Avian Influenza; Cases detected in Mumbai;Mandsaur, MP

States have been requested to rethink their decisions to impose a ban on the sale of poultry and poultry products and allow such selling sourced from the non-infected areas/states

India: Status of Avian Influenza; Cases detected in Mumbai; Mandsaur, MP

Avian Influenza is far from over in India as cases of Avian Influenza have been confirmed in poultry at the Central Poultry Development Organization (CPDO (WR), Mumbai of Maharashtra, and Kheda Road, in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, according to official sources today.

Further,  Avian Influenza has been confirmed in crows at Panna, Sanchi, Raisen, Balaghat, and in birds at Sheopur (crow, owl) and Mandsaur(swan, pigeon) districts of Madhya Pradesh; Bastar (crow, pigeon) and Dantewada (crow) districts of Chhattisgarh; crow samples from Haridwar and Lansdowne forest range of Uttarakhand,.Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry & Dairying has said today.

Additionally, in Delhi, the Heron sample in Rohini has been tested positive for avian influenza.

In Maharashtra, RRTs have been deployed and culling of poultry birds is underway in all the affected epicenters including CPDO, Mumbai. Further, in Madhya Pradesh, RRTs have been deployed. Culling operation of poultry is continuing in the epicenters of Haryana.

Today, samples tested from Rajasthan and Gujarat have been found negative for AI.

The central team formed for monitoring the situation in the affected areas of the country are visiting the affected sites and conducting epidemiological studies.

States have been requested to rethink their decisions to impose a ban on the sale of poultry and poultry products and allow such selling sourced from the non-infected areas/states. Consumption of well-cooked chicken and eggs is safe for humans. Further, consumers should not pay heed to baseless rumors that are unscientific and often lead to confusion. These adversely affect not only poultry and egg markets but also poultry and maize farmers, who are already affected by the COVID 19 pandemic lockdown.

Maharashtra Animal Husbandry Department has started a Toll-Free Helpline Number for farmers to report any unusual mortality of birds. The state government has put requisite information on Avian Influenza in line with the revised Avian Influenza Action Plan 2021 for both, the departmental officials and the general public. As gathered, necessary notifications regarding “infected area”, etc. to check the spread of the disease, have already been issued by the state.

It is also informed that in order to contain the incidences of Bird Flu without delay, the exercise of the powers conferred under Prevention And Control of Infectious and Contagious Diseases in Animals Act, 2009, the state government has delegated all its requisite powers on District Collectors within their local jurisdiction in the state for prevention, control, and eradication of Avian Influenza.

Following the advisories of the department, states are undertaking awareness generation activities through newspaper advertisements, social media platforms, etc. Also, continuous efforts to generate awareness about Avian Influenza and how to deal with the situation are being shared among the general public through various media platforms including social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook handles.

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