Tamil Nadu is taking measures to stop the spread of Avian influenza

Tamil Nadu is taking measures to stop the spread of Avian influenza

Tamil Nadu Health Minister’s assistant J. Radhakrishnan has stated that Tamil Nadu is taking measures to stop the spread of Avian influenza known as the bird flu from Kerala to Tamil Nadu.

In the Mandsaur district, Madhya Pradesh, the authorities have requested the shop owners offering chicken and eggs to stay shut down for fifteen days over Avian influenza the presence of which was distinguished in scores of crows in the Tamil Nadu.

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This comes as the Kerala govt proclaimed Avian influenza as a state disaster. A flare-up of Avian influenza has been accounted for from certain region of Kottayam and Alleppey regions, provoking administrations to arrange the separating of ducks, hens, and other homegrown birds in and around a 1 KM radius of the affected regions.

It was affirmed in Kottayam’s Neendoor panchayat after approximately 1,650 ducks on a farm died because of the virus. Notwithstanding, it is less inclined to spread as it is a confined zone. Eight groups of 5 individuals were sent to the region for making preventive moves to stop the virus.