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Chicken flu alarm in Karnataka following death of six crows, samples sent for testing

Amid the bird flu (H5N8) outbreak in Kerala, six crows beget died in the border district of Dakshina Kannada in Karnataka and their samples had been sent for assessments to establish the rationale on the motivate of death, Health Minister Okay Sudhakar talked about on Thursday. Wanted precautionary measures had been taken in all districts sharing borders with Kerala to forestall bird flu, he talked about, including there became once no need for any alarm. “Six crows beget died in Dakshina Kannada district and their samples had been sent for testing. Officers of the Health and Animal Husbandry department will compile the test reviews,” Sudhakar told newshounds right here.

He talked about wisely being and veterinary sciences officers had been affirming a strict vigil in the border districts including Dakshina Kannada, Kodagu, Mysuru and Chamarajanagar.

Bird flu has been reported in parts of Alappuzha and Kottayam districts in Kerala, prompting officials to cull over 69,000 birds, including ducks and chicken.

“When we compile the picture per it, we can focus on about it with the union wisely being ministry and attain out with pointers and critical action… people need no longer alarm however assist warning,” he talked about.

The central wisely being ministry has asked non-vegetarians to eat effectively cooked meat, the Minister added.

Karnataka Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chauhan on Wednesday had asked all districts to be on “excessive alert” and discover preventive measures however talked about there had been no circumstances of bird flu reported in the voice thus a ways.

Chicken flu has been reported in aspects of Alappuzha and Kottayam districts in Kerala, prompting officers to cull over 69,000 birds, including geese and rooster.

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