Rajasthan Bird Flu Virus: Many Crows Died Due To Bird Flu In Jhalawar Rapid Response Team – New threat in Rajasthan amid Corona crisis! 50 crows died, the administration took these steps for immediate action


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jaipur
Updated Thu, 31 Dec 2020 01:53 PM IST

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Corona virus continues to wreak havoc across the country. Amid the Corona crisis, a new threat has come in Jhalawar, Rajasthan. 50 more of these crows have died suddenly in Balaji area of ​​Radi of Jhalawar. The administration has also confirmed the news of the death of such a large number of crows.

Due to the death of so many crows in Jhalawar, there has been an atmosphere of fear among the district administration and the people. The curfew has been imposed in the area of ​​one kilometer in Balaji area of ​​Radi. With this, the Rapid Response Team has also been formed.

Administration collected samples for investigation
The district administration is busy in finding out the cause of death of crow in large numbers. However, at first glance the administration has termed it as bird flu spread. The Rapid Response Team has begun testing the sample. According to the information received from the administration, samples have also been taken from the poultry farm and poultry shop of the concerned area.

District Collector N. Gohain has directed to investigate all the poultry farms by implementing zero mobility in the affected area. There were unusual deaths of sudden crows in the temple premises on 25 December. The joint team of Forest Department and Animal Husbandry Department treated sick crows and sent samples to National Institute of High Security Animal Disease, Bhopal.

Investigations have confirmed avian influenza in crows. Subsequently, Jhalawar District Collector Gohain constituted an expeditious action team comprising SDM, Jhalawar, Deputy Conservator of Forests Jhalawar, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Joint Director of Animal Husbandry Department, CMHO and Commissioner of Jhalawar Municipal Council. He instructed that the Rapid Action Team will barricading and promoting in the Zero Mobility sector.

How bird flu spreads
Bird flu is usually spread with influenza A virus. The flu is spread by infected birds. Avian influenza also spreads easily to humans exposed to sick birds. Then it also catches those in contact.

Corona virus continues to wreak havoc across the country. Amid the Corona crisis, a new threat has come in Jhalawar, Rajasthan. 50 more of these crows have died suddenly in Balaji area of ​​Radi of Jhalawar. The administration has also confirmed the news of the death of such a large number of crows.

Due to the death of so many crows in Jhalawar, there has been an atmosphere of fear among the district administration and the people. The curfew has been imposed in the area of ​​one kilometer in Balaji area of ​​Radi. With this, the Rapid Response Team has also been formed.

Administration collected samples for investigation

The district administration is busy in finding out the cause of death of crow in large numbers. However, at first glance the administration has termed it as bird flu spread. The Rapid Response Team has begun testing the sample. According to the information received from the administration, samples have also been taken from the poultry farm and poultry shop of the concerned area.

District Collector N. Gohain has directed to investigate all the poultry farms by implementing zero mobility in the affected area. There were unusual deaths of sudden crows in the temple premises on 25 December. The joint team of Forest Department and Animal Husbandry Department treated sick crows and sent samples to National Institute of High Security Animal Disease, Bhopal.

Investigations have confirmed avian influenza in crows. Subsequently, Jhalawar District Collector Gohain constituted an expeditious action team comprising SDM, Jhalawar, Deputy Conservator of Forests Jhalawar, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Joint Director of Animal Husbandry Department, CMHO and Commissioner of Jhalawar Municipal Council. He instructed that the Rapid Action Team will barricading and promoting in the Zero Mobility sector.

How bird flu spreads

Bird flu is usually spread with influenza A virus. The flu is spread by infected birds. Avian influenza also spreads easily to humans exposed to sick birds. Then it also catches those in contact.




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