The bird flu outbreak in the country has caused panic in several states in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala after Madhya Pradesh. State governments have issued a warning in the wake of the growing outbreak of bird flu.
The bird flu outbreak in the country has caused panic in several states in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala after Madhya Pradesh. State governments have issued a warning in the wake of the growing outbreak of bird flu. According to the information received, Kerala has declared this state disaster.
Bird flu has been confirmed in Alappuzha and Kottayam districts of Kerala, the report said. After which the administration has warnings. QRT Quick Reaction Teams have been deployed in two districts. Several ducks were found dead in both districts in December last year. Investigation revealed that he died of the flu. About 1,700 ducks have died so far.
376 crows have died in Madhya Pradesh
For information, let me tell you that 376 crows died in Madhya Pradesh from 23rd December to 3rd January. Indore has the highest number of deaths. Animal Husbandry Minister Prem Singh Patel told a news channel, “Crow samples have been sent to Bhopal State DI Labs for testing. Samples sent from Mandasaur confirmed bird flu.
Thousands of birds have died in Himachal Pradesh
According to media reports, thousands of birds have died at Pong Dam Lake in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. According to the report, these birds have died of bird flu. Slaughtered migratory bird samples were sent to a lab in Bhopal, whose report confirmed H5N1 (bird flu).
One lakh ducks and chickens have died in Haryana
Haryana has killed one lakh chickens so far. There is a risk of avian flu in the area due to the mysterious death of a chicken in Barwala area of the state. That being said, the process of mysteriously killing chickens started from December 5 last year.
The Haryana Animal Husbandry Department has sent 70 samples of dead chickens found in the affected farms to the Regional Diagnostic Laboratory in Jalandhar for testing. Let us tell you that bird flu has been found in many districts of Rajasthan. In the past, hundreds of crows died here. Apart from this, there is also a risk of bird flu in Junagadh, Gujarat.