Bird flu panic still persists in Delhi, avian influenza virus found in four samples collected from zoo

Avian influenza virus (avian influenza virus) infection has been found in four serological specimens of beet of the sparrows collected from the Delhi Zoo. Authorities provided the information Tuesday.

The National Zoological Park (NZDP) in the capital, Delhi, said the infection samples were collected from four different locations of the zoo. The specimens were sent by the Delhi Department of Animal Husbandry (AHD) to the National Institute of Animal Diseases (NIHSAD), Bhopal on February 3.

“All security measures are being taken and the zoo will be closed,” the official said in a statement. All safety measures and protocols for the Delhi Government’s Central Zoo Authority (CJA), the Ministry of Environment and the AHD’s avian influenza are strictly monitored and monitored by the field staff and veterinary team at the zoo, the NZDP said. Being made

In addition, according to the report, birds in cages and birds flying in the open are behaving normally. All disinfection measures are being taken regularly.

Monitoring will continue and the collected samples will be sent for further serological testing, he said. The zoo is already closed and it will be closed further, he said. Prior to this, six serological specimens were infected with avian influenza virus from the National Oolological Park, which was shipped to NIHSAD, Bhopal on January 19

Let me tell you that the owl died inside the zoo was infected with bird flu last month. On January 16, the brown fish was found dead in its cage at the owl zoo. Her samples were sent to the Delhi Government Veterinary Unit for testing at the ICAR-National Institute of High Security Animal Surgeon, Bhopal, where she was tested using RT-PCR method to determine the infection of H5N8 avian influenza.


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