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Specialists in Russia’s Voronezh region have issued recommendations to kill all poultry reaching their size group
Specialists in Russia’s Voronezh region have issued recommendations to kill all poultry reaching their size group, the chief veterinary doctor of the region told Itar-Tass on Monday. According to Alexander Visloguzov, such recommendations have preventive nature, as medics began issuing them after bird flu had been detected in the neighboring Tula and Tambov regions. Local residents have also received recommendations not to let their poultry out. Visloguzov stressed that “so far the dangerous infection has not been registered in the region”. Tests taken from several pigeons and poultry, which died on the outskirts of Voronezh and in the Ostrogozhsky district, have shown that they did not die of bird flu. Meanwhile, access has been restricted to all 14 poultry farms of the Voronezh region, where over 2.700 million chickens are kept. The necessary amount of disinfection materials has been stored there. However, it is early to calm down, Visloguzov believes, as the region is not ensured against bird flu untill the end of the migration season of wild gucks and geese.
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