Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government has ordered closure of poultry stores in Neemuch and Indore districts for every week after chicken flu an infection used to be figured out amongst chickens in these areas, officials stated on Thursday.
Avian influenza or chicken flu virus used to be figured out in samples of crow carcasses from seven districts and in chicken samples from Neemuch and Indore, stated the affirm veterinary division in an advisory.
The National Institute of High Security Animal Illnesses (NIHSAD), Bhopal, confirmed presence of chicken flu virus within the samples of crows from Indore, Neemuch, Dewas, Ujjain, Khandwa, Khargone and Guna districts, it stated.
In Indore and Neemuch chicken samples additionally tested plod for the flu strain, it stated.
The affirm government has directed authorities in Indore and Neemuch districts to straight shut all poultry stores for the following seven days, it added.
They non-public got additionally been requested to receive samples of migratory birds from shut to water our bodies and send them to Bhopal for attempting out.
In other five districts too, preventive measures needs to be taken, the advisory stated.
On Wednesday, the affirm government had stated it may well per chance per chance no longer enable entry to chicken consignments from Kerala and other southern states for the following 10 days as hundreds of poultry birds had been culled in Kerala to prevent the outbreak of H5N8 virus.
The Centre on Thursday stated chicken flu has been confirmed most titillating in Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh previously, but all states needs to be ready for any eventuality.