Home HOMEPAGE   Tue, 11/19/2019 GMT + 7
    Q & A   Site map Forum   Site map Sitemap   E-mali Contact   Vietnamese Vietnamese
IMPE-QN
Finance & Retail News - Events
Home
International
IMPE
Scientific research
World Malaria Day 25 April
Web Sites & Commerce Introduction
Web Sites & Commerce Collaborative activities
Web Sites & Commerce Training
Web Sites & Commerce Specific research studies
Web Sites & Commerce Publications
Web Sites & Commerce Mass organization activities
Web Sites & Commerce Legal documents
Web Sites & Commerce Statistical data
Web Sites & Commerce Work safety
Web Sites & Commerce Vietnam`s Physicians
Web Sites & Commerce Malariology
Web Sites & Commerce Helminthology
Web Sites & Commerce Other vector-borne diseases

SEARCH

LOGIN
Username
Password

WEBLINKS
Other links

Visiting users: 283
3 9 4 3 6 8 2 6
Online
2 8 3
 News - Events Home
Destroying A/H5N1 virus-infected poultry (Source: VNA)
Ha Tinh and Can Tho announces new avian flu A/H5N1 outbreak

New A/H5N1 avian flu outbreak spotted in Ha Tinh

A new outbreak of avian influenza A virus subtype H5N1 has been detected in the central province of Ha Tinh, according to the Department of Animal Health under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The Ha Tinh Department for Breeding and Animal Health reported that the virus had been found in signs of the flu in a flock of 1,698 fowls at a family farm in Dai Nai ward in Ha Tinh city since March 21. Up to 50 ducks died and the test showed they infected with A/H5N1. Local authorities culled the dead fowls and sprayed chemicals o­n the farm and surrounding areas to prevent the virus from spreading.

New A/H5N1 outbreak detected in Can Tho

The Department of Animal Health under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development reported o­n March 22 that a new outbreak of A/H5N1 virus has been discovered in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho. The A/H5N1 avian flu was found at a household farm in Thoi Hoa ward, O Mon district o­n March 15, with nearly 400 sick and dead ducks.The local livestock and veterinary department has coordinated with the municipal authorities to take measures to prevent the spread of the disease.It worked to destroy all sick and dead ducks, sprayed chemicals o­n the farm and surrounding areas, gave vaccination to flocks of poultry in the ward and adjacent wards. The municipal authorities also asked relevant agencies to closely monitor the disease development and control the transport and trading of poultry in the city.  

So far, Vietnam has recorded five A/H5N1 outbreaks in Cao Bang, Bac Ninh, Ha Tinh Can Tho and Tay Ninh, and two A/H5N6 outbreaks in the provinces of Quang Tri and Cao Bang. According to the Department of Animal Health, Vietnam faces a high risk of infection of new avian flu virus strains, such as A/H7N9, A/H5N2 and A/H5N8 via illegal transport, trading and consumption of poultry, particularly in northern border provinces. The agency urged all localities to proactively prevent and control avian influenza and strengthen their supervision and punishment o­n poultry smuggling while monitoring their areas to promptly detect and handle any emerging outbreaks.

 

03/29/2017
(Recapitulated)  

Announcement

LIBRARY
Book
Magazine
Document
Photos
Thesis
Documentary form
Research studies
PROFFESSIONAL SOFTWARE
Malaria forecast & management
Document management
Personel management
LEGAL DOCUMENTS
Law
Decision
Decree
Instruction
Circular
Official document
Reports
Others
SPECIFIED IMFORMATION
Malaria facts
Malaria epidemic
Petechial fever
HEALTH SERVICES
Hospital & medical centre
Drugstore
Surgery
Your doctor

Institue of Malariology Parastology and Entomology Quy Nhon
Address: 611B Nguyen Thai Hoc Str,. Quy Nhon City
Tel: (84) 056 846571 Fax: (84) 056 846755
• Designed by Quang Ich JSC