Situation of especially dangerous animal diseases in the world

Situation of especially dangerous animal diseases in the world

Situation of especially dangerous animal diseases in the world

In August 2016, the countries reported to the International Epizootic Bureau about 630 foci of especially dangerous animal diseases.

Over the past month, 64 hotbeds of African swine fever (ASF) have been identified in Russia. In the Saratov (20), Volgograd (9), Ryazan (5), Moscow (4), Kursk (4), Nizhny Novgorod (2), Lipetsk (2), Pskov (1), Bryansk (1), Orel (2) , Vladimirskaya (2), Voronezh (1), Tambov (1) regions, and also in the Republic of Chuvashia (2) ASF is noted among domestic animals. In wild boars, the ASF virus was detected in Ryazan (2), Volgograd (2), Vladimir (2), Moscow (1) and Ivanovo (1) regions.

Nodular dermatitis in Russia was registered in the Chechen Republic (26), in the Republic of Kalmykia (9), in Karachaevo-Cherkessia (4) and Kabardino-Balkaria (1) Republics, in the Republic of Adygea (1), in Volgograd Region (6), Rostov (5), Astrakhan (3), Voronezh (1) regions, in Stavropol (4) and Krasnodar (1) regions.

In the Yaroslavl region, five foci of smallpox and sheep pox have been identified in two regions: Uglich (4) and Rybinsk (1).

Over the past month, the OIE was informed of the discovery of six foci of anthrax on the territory of Russia, in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District.

African swine fever has been identified in Lithuania (60), Poland (18), Ukraine (30) and South Africa (2).

Outbreaks of foot and mouth disease have been registered in Zimbabwe (12) and in previously safe Mauritius (159).

Highly pathogenic avian influenza was noted in Ghana (3), Nigeria (1), in the USA (1) and previously free from the disease state of Togo (2).

Newcastle disease was found in poultry in Namibia (1), and a weakly pathogenic avian influenza in farms in Denmark (1) and South Africa (2).

Foci of rinderpest small ruminant animals are noted in Tunisia (4).

Nodular dermatitis in animals continues to be recorded in Albania (6), Burundi (1), Greece (6), as well as in Macedonia (64), Serbia (20) and Montenegro (61). The outbreaks of bluetongue (4) are noted in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (1), bluetongue (8), anthrax (7) and low pathogenic avian influenza (3) were reported by the veterinary services of France.

The centers of anthrax are noted in Kazakhstan (1) and in Sweden (6).

In the territory of previously prosperous countries, the following diseases were noted:

Hemorrhagic disease of rabbits – Denmark (1), Canada (1);

Hydropericarditis – Kenya (1);

Infectious bronchitis of birds – Algeria (3);

Infectious rhinotracheitis Cattle – Palestine (1);

Coronavirus Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome – Jordan (2);

Monkeypox – Cameroon (1).

Specialists of the Information and Analytical Center under the FGBU “VNIIZH” continue to monitor the development of the epizootic situation in the world for especially dangerous diseases of animals and birds.

Press-service of the FGBU “VNIIZH”
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