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LMF affected?- OVER 7500 CATTLE INFECTED WITH NEW VIRUS

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https://www.newsfirst.lk/2021/01/09/over-7500-cattle-infected-with-new-virus/

COLOMBO (News 1st): More than 7,500 cattle have been infected with the new virus spreading among cattle in the country, the Department of Animal Production and Health said.
“The new virus, which was first identified in Sri Lanka in September last year, has now spread to 14 districts,” Dr. Pradeep Kumarawadu, the epidemiologist at the department told News 1st on Saturday (Jan. 09).
According to Dr. Kumarawadu, there is a decline in the capacity of milk produced by cattle that are infected with viral fever.
Cases of the virus were reported in Asian countries, including India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan in 2019 and 2020, he added.
The State Ministry of Livestock Farm Promotion and Dairy & Egg Related Industries has appointed a committee consisting of seven members to look into the matter.
State Minister D.B. Herath has instructed the committee headed by the Secretary to the State Ministry of Livestock, to submit a report on the matter within a week.

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@ADVENTUS wrote:https://www.newsfirst.lk/2021/01/09/over-7500-cattle-infected-with-new-virus/

COLOMBO (News 1st): More than 7,500 cattle have been infected with the new virus spreading among cattle in the country, the Department of Animal Production and Health said.
“The new virus, which was first identified in Sri Lanka in September last year, has now spread to 14 districts,” Dr. Pradeep Kumarawadu, the epidemiologist at the department told News 1st on Saturday (Jan. 09).
According to Dr. Kumarawadu, there is a decline in the capacity of milk produced by cattle that are infected with viral fever.
Cases of the virus were reported in Asian countries, including India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan in 2019 and 2020, he added.
The State Ministry of Livestock Farm Promotion and Dairy & Egg Related Industries has appointed a committee consisting of seven members to look into the matter.
State Minister D.B. Herath has instructed the committee headed by the Secretary to the State Ministry of Livestock, to submit a report on the matter within a week.

I don't see any major impact... 10th Jan news says foreign countries have vaccine for these type of disease.

Extraction for you,

COLOMBO (News1st): A disease is spreading among cattle across several villages in the Rambawa Divisional Secretariat.
“The disease is causing wounds on the bodies of the animals, that become infected,” an animal farmer said.
The All Ceylon Farmers Federation pointed out that health authorities have not identified the origin of the virus so far.
“The health authorities have informed that a cure has not been found for this disease,” Susantha Kumara Nawarathna, the vice-chairman of the federation pointed out.
The disease that has infected cattle was first reported in September.
“They call this the lumpy skin disease. Foreign nations have developed their vaccines to treat the disease,” Dhammika Perera, a senior clinical physician at the Department of Animal Production and Health said.

He pointed out that the Povidone 19 medicine is useful in treating the disease.

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