Maharashtra: Bird flu risk rises, 382 birds killed

Mumbai: Bird flu is rapidly increasing in Maharashtra. Here's getting to see the boom in day-to-day cases. In the meantime, 382 birds have been reported to have died in nine districts of the state last Thursday, and now the figure of death of birds across the state has gone up to 3,378. The State Department says, samples of birds sent for bird flu testing from four more districts latur, Nanded, Nasik and Ahmednagar have been found positive.

According to reports, samples of these birds were sent to the National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases at Bhopal and DIS, Pune for testing. A total of 3,378 deaths of various birds have been registered since 8th January till date. In addition, bird flu cases have been reported in nine districts in the state so far which have been shocking. The results of the test of samples sent from Mumbai, Ghodbandar and Dapoli have also come to the test of the samples sent by crows and bagulas which have been positive.

At the same time, samples sent from Marmalade (Tal Parbhani) to poultry farms have also been positive. In addition, samples of crows were sent from Beed district which have also come positive. In addition to all these, 66 samples were received by the Western Region Disease Diagnosis Laboratory, out of which results of 44 samples have been declared and results of 22 samples are awaited.

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