France

Avian influenza requires dissolution of production focal points

In some regions of France, the density of farms keeping ducks is too high and therefore the risk of infection with avian influenza is also too high.
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In some regions of France, the density of farms keeping ducks is too high and therefore the risk of infection with avian influenza is also too high.

The French health authority recommends that operating licenses should also be subject to disease-specific conditions. According to its analysis, the density of duck farms in some regions of France is too high. This increases the risk of spreading avian influenza viruses to neighboring livestock farms.

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