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Monday, 11 January 2021

Bird flu spreads across 9 states:

Bird flu spreads across 9 states:Confirmation of transition also in Delhi and Maharashtra; Parliamentary Committee on Agricultural Affairs convened a meeting today

All states are taking precautions in the face of bird flu. The photo is of a poultry farm in Chaibasa district of Jharkhand.

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More than 800 chickens have died due to bird flu in Murumba village in Maharashtra's Parbhani district. The transition is confirmed by the sample investigation report. Bird flu has also been confirmed in the capital Delhi. According to the Animal Husbandry Department of the Delhi government, samples of 8 crows and ducks have been sent for investigation.

The Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture has convened a meeting of officials from the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairy today. The meeting will discuss the status of veterinary services and the availability of animal vaccines.

Delhi: 118 birds die
91 crows and 27 ducks died in different parks of Delhi Development Authority on Sunday. These areas near Sanjay Lake have been declared as alert zones.

Maharashtra: The Chief Minister has convened a meeting and

the Parbhani district administration of Maharashtra has decided to kill 8000 birds in Murumba village. The sale and purchase of chicken in the 10 km area of ​​the village has been banned. Medical 

examination of the villagers will also be done. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has called a meeting today to review the bird flu.

Bird flu has reached 9 states so far

1. Kerala

2. Rajasthan

3. Madhya Pradesh

4. Himachal Pradesh

5. Haryana

6. Gujarat

7. Uttar Pradesh

8. Maharashtra

9. Delhi

The bird flu crisis is on the rise in the country where the corona crisis has not yet receded. So far, bird flu has been confirmed in 9 states in the country, including Gujarat. The new state is Uttar Pradesh, where samples of dead birds were found positive at the Chaklighar in Kanpur, causing a stir as far as Lucknow.

Bird flu has also been confirmed in the capital Delhi. Earlier, bird flu was confirmed in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Kerala.

Kanpur zoo bird flu
is bird flu entry in Kanpur, where cakaligharamam four dead birds have been positive reports. The aviary has since been sealed. In the last two days, 10 birds have died in the Kanpur aviary.

 All the birds in the aviary have been ordered to be killed by the system. The Kanpur Tantra has declared the entire area a red zone and entry of any people has been banned.

impact of the Lucknow Aquarium Kanpur on the alert is also being felt in the capital Lucknow, where the biggest concern is the Lucknow Zoo. Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoo is on alert after the spread of bird flu increased.

 The habitat of all the birds in the zoo is being sanitized. The drug is being sprayed inside-out. Not only this, special care is being taken in feeding the birds. Consumption of vitamins and minerals was increased as a precautionary measure.

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Confirmation of Bird Flu in 9 Districts of MP
Transition is on the rise in Bird Flu Confirmed Districts in Madhya Pradesh. Bird flu has also been confirmed in Mandsaur and Neemuch. Every effort is being made by the government to prevent this. About 450 chickens have been killed at a poultry farm in Indore.

 So far, bird flu has been confirmed in nine districts of the state, including Indore, Mandsor, Agar-Malwa, Neemuch, Dewas, Ujjain, Khandwa, Khargona and Guna districts.

first reports of bird deaths came from Jhalawar in Rajasthan on December 25 in the wake of bird flu outbreaks in 11 districts of Rajasthan. Now 11 districts of Rajasthan are in the grip of bird flu, including Sawai Madhopur, Pali, Dausa and Jaisalmer. H5 strain of bird flu has been found from a dead crow in Sawai Madhopur. So far 70 birds have died in the district, including crows and peacocks. The Ranthambore Forest Department is on alert after bird flu was confirmed in Sawai Madhopur.

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