China to launch emergency inspections on farms after swine flu outbreak
China's Liaoning province will increase inspections at pig farms and markets and strengthen the monitoring of hog transportation, after the nation's first African swine fever case was reported there, local media Liaoning Daily reported on Monday. The African swine fever outbreak poses a major threat to the hog farming industry in the province and the whole country, and must be eradicated thoroughly, an official from Liaoning Provincial Bureau of Animal Health and Production said, according to Liaoning Daily.
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