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Vietnam: Blue lobsters suddenly died en masse in Phu Yen

Published May 21, 2024

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Mass deaths of blue lobsters and sea fish have been reported in Xuan Thinh Commune, Phu Yen province, Vietnam, with over 25 tons of lobsters from 95 farming households lost. The cause is believed to be hot weather and thunderstorms. The local People's Committee has requested reports on the extent of losses, urged farmers to harvest quickly and follow disease prevention measures. They have also advised against leaving aquatic carcasses in farming areas and to inspect farming areas for environmental incidents and diseases. A livestock and veterinary station has been assigned to inspect the dead lobsters and farmed fish to determine the cause of death.
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Blue lobsters in Song Cau town, Phu Yen province died in large numbers, leaving farmers devastated. On May 20, the People's Committee of Song Cau town, Phu Yen province issued a document requesting local authorities to urgently have solutions to deal with the mass death of lobsters and sea fish in farming areas in the commune. Xuan Thinh. According to Xuan Thinh Commune People's Committee, as of 9:00 a.m. on May 19, up to 25 tons of blue lobsters from 95 farming households in this locality had died en masse. Initially, functional units determined that lobsters and farmed fish died en masse due to hot weather combined with sudden thunderstorms. Faced with the above situation, the People's Committee of Song Cau town has requested the chairmen of the People's Committees of communes and wards, heads of relevant agencies and units to urgently collect statistics on the number of aquatic product losses of households and quickly report on the situation. Town People's Committee before ...
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