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Summary of global new African swine fever epidemic information in November 2023

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Published Dec 9, 2023

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In November 2023, there were 528 African swine fever epidemics worldwide, with 195 cases in domestic pigs and 333 cases in wild boar. These outbreaks occurred in countries such as the Czech Republic, Russia, Italy, Romania, and Germany, among others. The data was sourced from the World Organization for Animal Health.
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Food Partner Network News According to the epidemic information released by the Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Bureau of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Food Partner Network has incomplete statistics. In November 2023, 528 African swine fever epidemics occurred worldwide, including 195 cases in domestic pigs and 333 cases in wild boar. ​ Countries with African swine fever epidemics include the Czech Republic, Russia, Latvia, Italy, Romania, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Ukraine, Croatia, Sweden, South Africa, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Malaysia. ​ ​ The details of African swine fever epidemic information in various countries in November are as follows: ​ On November 2 and 8, 30 African swine fever outbreaks occurred in wild boars in Italy. ​ On November 3, 39 cases of African swine fever in wild boars occurred in Poland, 2 cases of African swine fever in wild boars and 2 cases of domestic pigs occurred in Russia, 4 cases of African swine ...
Source: Foodmate
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