Punjab News: In view of the increasing threat of lumpi virus, the Punjab government has taken a big step. The Punjab government has banned animals coming from outside states.
The Punjab government has taken a big decision in view of the increasing threat of lumpi virus. The Bhagwant Mann government of Punjab banned animals coming from outside states due to the lumpi virus. Along with this, the Punjab government has instructed all the DCs to suppress the sick animals in the ground so that the virus cannot spread outside. At the same time, the Punjab government has ordered around 86000 doses and the doctor’s advice is that this disease does not spread with milk. He has talked about drinking hot milk and advised not to drink raw milk.
In view of the danger of lumpi virus, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has given strict instructions to the Health Department to deal with it. After this, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Dairy Development Minister Laljit Singh Bhullar visited Jindanwala, Nabipur and Nowshera Pannuan villages of Tarn Taran on Tuesday. During this, the Minister took stock of the relief and awareness works being carried out by the Animal Husbandry Department and listened to the problems faced by the farmers.
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Gotpox vaccine for more than 50 thousand cattle in Punjab
During this, Punjab Government Minister Bhullar while talking to the media said that more than 50,000 cattle in the state have been given free of cost gotpox vaccine. More than 2.33 lakh vaccines have reached the state in two phases. The minister said the district deputy directors of the health department have been directed to immediately contact the head office for any requirement of vaccines.
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There is no exact figure of animals infected with this virus in Punjab but according to the information, lumpy virus has been found in an estimated 27,000 cows in Punjab alone. In Haryana, the genus Capripox virus has been found infected in about 5000 cows.
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