Great impact from bird flu: 1500 birds killed, panic increased in this state, alert issued

Great impact from bird flu: 1500 birds killed, panic increased in this state, alert issued A case of bird deaths has been reported in 18 districts of Madhya Pradesh. Since December 26, around 1500 crows and wild birds have been confirmed dead.

Great impact from bird flu: 1500 birds killed, panic increased in this state, alert issued A case of bird deaths has been reported in 18 districts of Madhya Pradesh. Since December 26, around 1500 crows and wild birds have been confirmed dead.As the spread of bird flu has spread, panic is also increasing. The highest number of bird flu cases have been reported in Madhya Pradesh, where about 1500 crows and wild birds died in about 15 days. Bird flu has spread to 18 districts of the state, while the government is continuously taking many big decisions to stop it. Bird Flu Alert In MP In fact, thousands of birds have died in 18 districts of Madhya Pradesh. According to a report, about 1500 crows and wild birds have been confirmed dead since 26 December. Apart from this, around 600 hens kept in meat shops in Indore, Neemuch and Agar Malwa districts have been killed and buried. Also read: Good news: First consignment of Kovishield vaccine departs from SII, trucks sent to airport 4 Bird flu confirmed in these 18 districts of Madhya Pradesh: Among the 18 districts of the state in which bird flu has been confirmed with the death of birds and crows – Indore, Mandsaur, Agar Malwa, Neemuch, Dewas, Ujjain, Khandwa, Khargone, Guna, Shivpuri, Rajgarh, Shajapur, Vidisha, Bhopal, The names of Hoshangabad, Ashok Nagar, Datia and Barwani are included. 4 Statistics of bird deaths: It is being told that about 1500 birds died in Madhya Pradesh, in which 334 samples have been sent to the National High Security Disease Research Laboratory, Bhopal for examination. According to the report, about 1300 crows have been reported dead from different districts of the state. In Bhopal, a Goraiya died of bird flu, while 8 to 10 pigeons and similar herons were also reported dead. ALSO READ: Outraged by bloody alcohol: So far 10 deaths, 2 dozen sick, state reverberated with screams The 600 or so hens kept in meat shops in Indore, Neemuch and Agar Malwa were killed by anesthesia and later buried. 4 Also read: The fear of bird flu in the country: Chicken and egg are very cheap, the price falls in these states It is being told that in the areas where crows were found to have bird flu, the chicken and chickens kept in all the chicken shops within a kilometer radius were killed. This was done to prevent the virus from spreading. It is a matter of fact that bird flu has not been detected in chicken or poultry till now in any poultry farm of the state.

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