190 pigeons found dead in Ahmedabad city; bird flu suspected to be cause



In yet one more suspected case

of hen flu, round 190 pigeons have been discovered lifeless in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad metropolis over a interval of two days, stated officers on Thursday.


To establish the precise reason behind dying of the pigeons within the Narol space, two carcass samples have been despatched to a Bhopal laboratory for testing for avian influenza, stated Dr Rajendra Patel, Assistant Director, animal husbandry division, Ahmedabad district.



“Round 190 pigeons have been discovered lifeless within the Narol space of the town over the last two days in a suspected case of hen flu. Now we have discarded the carcasses as per protocols and sanitised the world.


“Now we have despatched two samples to a Bhopal-based laboratory for affirmation (of hen flu),” stated Patel.


Hen flu circumstances have been first reported in Gujarat on January 8 when samples of some lifeless birds, discovered close to a dam in Junagadh district, later examined constructive for avian influenza.


Later, hen flu circumstances have been additionally reported from Surat, Vadodara and Valsad districts, the place samples of lifeless crows returned constructive checks for the virus.


Hen flu is a extremely infectious and extreme respiratory illness in birds brought on by the influenza virus.

(Solely the headline and film of this report might have been reworked by the Enterprise Customary workers; the remainder of the content material is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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