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The five news cases were found in dead wild boar close to the first case, Brandenburg state health minister Ursula Nonnemacher told a committee of the state’s parliament, Reuters reports. Initial tests were positive and tests are underway to confirm the additional cases at Germany’s Friedrich-Loeffler scientific institute, she told the meeting.
In the previous EAPHM newsletter the good news about ASF and Belgium was mentioned and in this newsletter the dramatic news concerning Germany where a death wild boar carcass infected with ASF virus was detected. Polish experts on ASF, have always warned for the probability that ASF would enter Germany. According to them it was just a matter of when and not if it would happen. The good thing is...
A wild boar carcass in Brandenburg state, Germany, has been found to be infected with the African Swine Fever (ASF) virus.
Holiday season has come to an end and works returns to what is the new “normal”.  ASF hangs as a constant threat over the pork producing industry in Europe and is devastating the industry in Asia. The, for producers, negative situation in the USA is exceptional. Global pork market has never been more volatile. Animal protein shortage in parts of the world is predicted by several industry watchers...
African Swine Fever took Belgium by surprise in September 2018, but luckily it occurred in wild boar, in a part of the country where not many domestic pigs were kept. The country has hopes that by autumn 2020, the status “free from ASF” can be obtained again