Punjab: Area near Alipur Naggal wetlands declared infected with bird flu

Deputy Commissioner Mukesh Kumar Ahuja on Monday declared the realm adjoining to the wetlands utilized by migratory birds at Alipur Naggal village contaminated with avian influenza (H5N1).

The order was issued beneath “The Prevention and Management of Infectious and Contagious Ailments in Animals Act, 2009 (27 of 2009)”.

The DC mentioned that the realm inside one kilometre radius from epicentre (space adjoining to the wetlands utilized by migratory birds at Alipur Naggal village has been declared as “contaminated zone” and additional space between 1-10 kilometre radius from epicentre as “surveillance zone”.

Ahuja mentioned that within the areas of the alert zone in addition to surveillance zone, no fowl’s eggs or feed of avian species, that’s poultry, geese, turkey, guinea foul et al, will likely be moved from the above described space to some other place. Nonetheless, wholesome birds, eggs or feed from free areas can enter into the above space.

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