Andhra Pradesh govt sounds warning following outbreak of bird flu in some states
Following the outbreak of bird flu in some states, Andhra Pradesh authorities has sounded warning asking the animal husbandry officers to maintain an in depth watch on migratory birds and poultry for any signs of the illness. The forest authorities are retaining an in depth watch on migratory birds in all protected areas throughout the state the place birds congregate in massive numbers.
An in depth commentary is completed on the bird sanctuaries like Kolleru, Coringa, Telineelapuram, Telukunchi, Nelapattu, Pulikat, Uppalapadu and different locations in Andhra Pradesh. The State Government is monitoring the state of affairs as Avian Influenza spreads quick, forest authorities have already directed all of the Divisional degree forest Officers to maintain an in depth watch on bird sanctuaries.
However, Dr. Amarendra Kumar, Director, Department of Animal Husbandry, clarified that there is no such thing as a bird flu in Andhra Pradesh and other people needn’t fear. Only just a few States like Kerala, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh have bird flu circumstances and up to now no circumstances of bird flu have been reported wherever in AP, he stated.
Review conferences with Officials of the Department of Animal Husbandry throughout the Districts in the State have been performed and the poultry trade has additionally been placed on excessive to report any circumstances of bird flu, he added.