January 10 According to the Times of India on the 10th, Uttar Pradesh, India, has confirmed the outbreak of avian influenza, becoming the seventh state in the country to report bird flu.
According to the report, there are bird flu outbreaks in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh.
At present, several farms in the Pancherkula district of Haryana have begun to kill, and more than 3,700 poultry have been killed.
Indian media said that it has the second largest poultry producer in Asia.
The zoo in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, was closed on the 9th after two red raw chickens were confirmed to have died of avian influenza virus, and six other suspected infections have been put out.
The emergency response team in the Arapuzha region of Kerala has killed nearly 50,000 birds and more than 320,000 eggs.
In addition, poultry deaths have also been reported in Maharashtra, with a cumulative number of deaths in the state reaching 1,049, an increase of 1,000 in the past 48 hours.
At present, the government of Maharashtra has strengthened its vigilance.