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South Korea orders 2.7 million poultry killed to prevent bird flu from spreading | RYT9

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South Korea’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs said South Korea has eliminated 2.7 million poultry to prevent the spread of bird flu on local farms. Amid growing concerns about the bird flu epidemic

The report states that Local authorities have eliminated 361,000 ducks, 1.5 million chickens and 885,000 quails since Nov.28, after South Korea confirmed the first bird flu outbreak in Jungup. About 290 kilometers south of Seoul

Poultry removed within a 3km radius of the infected farm. Farm birds suspected of being infected will also be destroyed.

So far, South Korea has confirmed five cases of bird flu from farms across the country and two more suspects, with cases from different regions. Since Gyeonggi Province Which is near Seoul To the southern province of Jeolla Province


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