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China: Tianjin releases compulsory immunization plan for epidemic diseases in 2024

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Published Feb 3, 2024

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The Tianjin Municipal Agriculture and Rural Affairs Commission has developed a compulsory immunization plan for animal diseases in 2024, targeting diseases such as avian influenza and foot-and-mouth disease, with a goal of maintaining a herd immunity density above 90%. The plan, in accordance with the 'Animal Epidemic Prevention Law of the People's Republic of China', outlines the types of animals and vaccines to be used, and the responsibilities of the immune subjects. Local governments will implement the plan, with penalties for non-compliance. The plan also includes a seven-point strategy for vaccine management and distribution, and emphasizes the importance of spot checks, prompt handling of immune failures, and cracking down on fake vaccines.
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In order to effectively carry out the compulsory immunization of animal diseases in Tianjin, in accordance with the "Animal Epidemic Prevention Law of the People's Republic of China", "Tianjin Animal Epidemic Prevention Regulations" and the "Guidance on National Compulsory Immunization of Animal Diseases (2022-2025)" issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Notice" requires that the Tianjin Municipal Agriculture and Rural Affairs Commission has formulated the "Tianjin Compulsory Immunization Plan for Animal Diseases in 2024", the specific contents are as follows. ​ ​ 2024 Tianjin Compulsory Immunization Plan for Animal Diseases ​ 1. Immune diseases and requirements (1) Immune diseases Highly pathogenic avian influenza, foot-and-mouth disease, peste des petits ruminants, and brucellosis. (2) Immunity target The herd immunity density of highly pathogenic avian influenza, foot-and-mouth disease, peste des petits ruminants and brucellosis should remain ...
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