Emergency mode introduced in Khabarovsk Territory due to ASF threat
An emergency regime was introduced in the Khabarovsk Territory due to the threat of the spread of African swine fever (ASF). This was reported on the website of the regional government.
“The introduced regime will make it possible to strengthen measures to prevent the introduction of African swine fever into the region and, if necessary, promptly attract financing,” the report said.
Specialists of the veterinary service organized a courtyard bypass of pig breeding farms.
The authorities of the Primorsky Territory in early August introduced an emergency mode in the Border region of the region due to the discovery of African swine fever in one of the farms.
As noted in the Rosselkhoznadzor, the cause of the introduction of African swine fever in Primorye could be the movement of wild boars from China.