The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform has announced that Kasenu village in Zambezi region has been hit by an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.
According to a statement issued by the chief veterinary officer, Albertina Shilongo, the outbreak was confirmed on 3 June at Kasenu village in Kasika area.
She said because of this, the area within a 30-kilometre radius of Kasenu village has been declared a controlled area.
“Active surveillance and vaccination of cattle in and out of the…
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