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Bovine tuberculosis is spreading quickly near Irkutsk
An epidemic of tuberculosis (TB) has been registered in Tayshet rayon. In the village Tayojnoye, 254 cattle, more than half of the herd, were infected with TB. 11 animals from private households have also developed TB. The infection is spreading quickly within the herd.

At present, 36 animals have been destroyed. According to veterinarians, the possible cause of the outbreak is an absence of necessary control over the animals` health [including vaccination and other preventive measures? -
Mod.PC].

According to veterinarians, the infection can pass from animals to people.

All staff were checked for TB through X-ray. So far, no symptoms have been discovered among the staff. Officials are taking necessary steps
to prevent the spread of infection.

Source: www.promedmail.org



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