Govt says African swine fever detected in slaughterhouse

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The Bangkok Post

Officials have detected African swine fever in a surface swab sample collected at a slaughterhouse in Nakhon Pathom province, Sorravis Thaneto, Director General at the Department of Livestock Development, told a news conference on Tuesday. Authorities said on Tuesday African swine fever had been detected in a surface swab sample collected at a slaughterhouse in Nakhon Pathom province, marking the country’s first official confirmation of the disease. Authorities launched a probe at the weekend, after growing speculation in recent weeks that the disease was already decimating Thai pig herds and … Read more about Govt says African swine fever detected in slaughterhouse

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