According to a press release from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs in China:
On July 28 , the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs received a report from the China Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center that an outbreak of H5N1 subtype highly pathogenic avian influenza occurred in Naqu City, Tibet Autonomous Region.
There is no poultry breeding household within 10000 km. After the outbreak, the local area immediately carried out emergency response in accordance with the provisions of the emergency implementation plan, carried out harmless treatment of all sick and dead wild birds, and carried out investigation, blockade and elimination of the surrounding environment, and strictly prohibited personnel, livestock and poultry from entering the epidemic control area.
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