First case of bird flu confirmed in Gujarat, situation still under control

Due to the increasing outbreak of bird flu, the number of bird deaths in the states continues. Bird flu infection has also been confirmed in Gujarat on Friday. On January 3, two birds were rescued from Kharo Dam, whose samples were taken and sent for testing.

Dr. DD Panera, Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry Department, said that the situation is completely under control. There are no cases of birds dying yet. Despite this, the administration is fully alert. On Friday, 293 exotic birds and 312 crows died in Himachal.

At the same time, after the foreign birds dying in the Pong Dam area of ​​Kangra district, the bird flu has also been confirmed. Dead birds have been found in many cities of Jammu and Kashmir. However, bird flu has not been confirmed yet.

70 Birds were found dead in Bihar and three in Chhattisgarh. Apart from this, 50 dead chickens were also recovered in two sacks. 25 parrots have been found dead in Punjab on Friday. Their samples have been sent to Jalandhar Lab.