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Which of these five states is the originator of this new virus?

Which of these five states is the originator of this new virus?

From Himachal Pradesh to Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, where- the highest wild ducks, buck wild ducks and some have been found to be morocco. And it has spread panic. About 70,000 birds have died in Kerala alone. Including, chicken and duck. The bodies of about two and a half thousand birds have been recovered from Himachal Pradesh. Of which many are endangered species.

 

"Birds have been affected by the bird flu virus"

New Delhi: From Himachal Pradesh to Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, where- the highest wild ducks, buck wild ducks and some have been found to be morocco. And it has spread panic. About 70,000 birds have died in Kerala alone. Including, chicken and duck. The bodies of about two and a half thousand birds have been recovered from Himachal Pradesh. Of which many are endangered species. 


 More than a hundred crows died in Modera village in Gujarat on Sunday. A government veterinary study was sent for autopsy. Gujarat Livestock Development Authority India Desai said on Thursday. The H5N1 flying creature seasonal infection is found in the blood of winged animals. There is a sun temple in the village of Modera where the body of the card was recovered. Many people come to worship at the Sun Temple with water from the swamp. Since Thursday he has been instructed to stop people's angina within 10 kilometers of the wetland. Deputy Commissioner Rakesh Kumar Prajapati has directed to close the wholesale poultry markets in Fatehpur, Dehra, Jawali, and Indore for the time being. 

On Thursday, the Orissa government decided to send a rapid response to every village. Although there is no news of bird flu in Orissa yet. However, what steps are being taken as a precautionary measure, said Devendra Mohanty, director of the Animal Resources Development Department of the Orissa state administration. 


He said that for the time being, the official way of distributing poultry has also been stopped. The first case of bird flu was reported in India in 2006. This year, when the news of the infection came out, the price of chicken in the wholesale market was Rs 44 per kg and the eggs were sold at Rs. Aram Dupa, an activist at the Poultry Association of South India, fears that the poultry business could be hit hard as life returns to normal as the coroner's crisis returns to normal. Pintu has already backtracked on imports from South India in several Indian states. Bird flu outbreaks are currently rampant in Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, and beyond. While it has had no effect in other states, poultry farm owners are panicking. Simultaneously the publication of each state concerned. A control room has already been opened in Delhi to control the situation. Each state veterinary council has been instructed to be vigilant. The council has the right to send warning messages to each district. 


 Bidyut Roy, head of the West Bengal State Animal Resources Development Department, said the virus was transmitted to migratory birds from different countries when they entered India before the onset of the winter season. When migratory bird droppings are mixed with water, the virus enters the body of other birds through bathing or drinking water. It was known about five years ago that it is very swatched for birds. In 2008, 2010, and 2012, the South Korean poultry market collapsed due to bird flu. 




 Meanwhile, Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, have imposed a ban on all imported goods from India for the time being. Poultry worth Rs 15.23 crore from India went to Middle Eastern countries, including Arabia, last September. Veterinary Council President Jahar Chakraborty said five states have already issued "red alerts". Moreover, each state has been instructed to abide by all government protocols in dealing with the flu. Some of the farm owners have been instructed to apply disinfectant. According to the Central Administration Guidelines, training on disinfectant use is given every year by keeping in touch with the owners of routine testing farms. 

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