The bird flu epidemic in Vietnam sounded the alarm. The Prime Minister once again ordered the strengthening of the epidemic prevention.

China News Service February 18, according to the Central News Agency, on the 18th, in view of the outbreak of H5N1 bird flu in several provinces and cities in Vietnam, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has ordered another order to strengthen the prevention of bird flu epidemic, timely Take countermeasures.

According to reports, Nguyen Tan Dung instructed the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the National Steering Committee on the Prevention and Control of Avian Influenza Epidemic, promulgating and guiding various localities to implement an action plan for emergency response to avian influenza virus transmission to human threats, and set up inspections. The group is ready to wait and urge all localities to strengthen the epidemic prevention as soon as possible.

Zhai Jinyong also asked the Ministry of Information and Communication of Viet Nam to strengthen its advocacy work. The media organizations must promptly and correctly report on the bird flu epidemic and epidemic prevention measures to improve the people’s awareness of epidemic prevention.

Vietnamese police, customs, border guards and market management and other relevant units must closely cooperate to strengthen the inspection of poultry trading, transportation, business and other processes, strictly punish violations, and prohibit the smuggling of border poultry.

For infected areas where H5N1 avian influenza virus has been found, Vietnamese veterinary units must carry out thorough disinfection work to cull poultry around the affected area and take relevant measures to prevent the spread of bird flu. The authorities also requested relevant departments to monitor the temperature of all inbound passengers at international airports and ports to facilitate epidemic prevention work.

It is reported that although H7N9 virus has not been found in Vietnam, two human cases of H5N1 avian influenza death and one human H1N1 avian influenza virus death have been discovered since the beginning of this year; H5N1 avian influenza The epidemic broke out in some places, and the units culled tens of thousands of live birds and started disinfection work.

Responsible Editor: Liu Yang

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