Pong declared free of bird flu | Chandigarh News

Shimla: For the final eight days, no chook mortality has been reported from the Pong Dam Lake Wildlife Sanctuary. State forest minister Rakesh Pathania stated that after 51 days of management and containment, the avian influenza outbreak within the sanctuary was now over.
Pathania claimed that the bottom state of affairs had returned to regular and the wildlife wing had closed the management room it had arrange at Nagrota Surian to observe the outbreak. It has additionally known as off the management and containment operations it can observe the central authorities’s post-operations surveillance plan for the remaining migratory chook season to forestall resurgence of the illness.
He stated no chook had died on the sanctuary for eight days and the mixed rely of migratory and resident birds was 5006.

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