To prevent the invasion of African swine fever, the Anti-Infektion Office continued to impose sanctions for the unauthorized entry of mass passengers. The maximum penalty was $ 15,000, according to statistics from October 18 to November 4, 122 cases were reported. China, Vietnam, Philippines and other countries.
The Office of the Epidemic and Animal Quarantine and Plant Epidemic and Quarantine of the Executive Committee of the Executive Committee Yuan said today that the epidemic situation of African swine fever in China continues to widen. Yesterday, the epidemic situation in Chongqing expanded to 14 provinces / towns / districts and reached 58 cases.
In order to prevent the invasion of African swine fever, the Anti-Infectious Bureau imposed sanctions on passengers who transport heat-treated pork from China, contrary to the September rules. The maximum penalty is 15,000 yuan from 1 September to 17 October. In total, 26 were fined.
Since October 18, the Ombudsman also imposed a maximum fine of 15,000 yuan on those who entered the country for the transport of meat products from African swine breeds or areas affected by foot-and-mouth disease. By the end of November 4, 122 cases were seized. According to the Anti-Infectious Bureau, 71 of 122 items originated from China, 34 from Vietnam, 6 from the Philippines, 4 from South Korea, 2 from Thailand, 2 from Myanmar and one from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Concerning the African swine fever virus collection of illegal meat sent to the animal health lab in mainland China, the Pollution Control Office said that 327 cases were tested and the result is positive and the rest negative.
The Office for the Prevention of Inspections stressed that, for the purpose of deterrence, regulations on the prevention and control of infectious animal diseases were initiated and fines would be increased to a maximum of 300,000 yuan. The proposal was also originally reviewed and approved by the Executive Yuan, if it is later amended by the Legislative Yuan. Establish the criminal basis for which the law enforcement authority will follow.
AFB has urged passengers not to bring meat from farmed animals from countries where African pigs and areas affected by foot-and-mouth disease or blood are affected or severely punished.
(Central Intelligence Agency)