A 3-kilometer safety zone has been defined around the affected livestock facility
The Bulgarian Food Safety Agency announced an outbreak of influenza A (flu) in birds in the village of Glavinitsa, Pazardzhik region. 248 animals are inspected in the livestock facility. laying hens.
The virus was detected during control measures in the 10-kilometer zone that was created for surveillance around the bird flu outbreak registered on October 26 in the territory of the village of Malo Konare.
Outbreak of bird flu in Pazardzhik
In order to limit the disease and prevent its spread, an order was issued by the executive director of the BABH for the humane killing of diseased and contact birds in the facilities.
A 3-kilometer safety zone has been defined around the affected livestock facility, which covers the villages of Glavinitsa, Aleko Konstantinovo, Mokrishte and Pazardzhik.
An outbreak of bird flu in Haskovo as well
A 10-kilometer monitored zone has also been established in the Pazardjik municipality, which includes the villages of Zvanichevo, Lyahovo, Patalenitsa, Tsrancha, Bratanitsa, Debrshitsa, Ognyanovo, Sinitovo, Miryantsi, Malo Konare, Dobrovnitsa, Dragor, Ivaylo, Saraya, Yunatsite, as well as the villages Captain Dimitrievo and Radilovo from the municipality of Peshtera.
Poultry meat and products harvested in a site where an outbreak of bird flu has been established do not pose a danger to human health, the BABH reminds.