It was found that a positive effect on the African swine fever virus for certain feral pigs was caused by laboratory tests in the territories of Sennori, Nugheda San Nicolò and Siniscola. Inspections were carried out on wild boar samples killed during the first two hunting days as part of the Dog Eradication Plan: 1320 of the hunters delivered to the Assl veterinary services, of which about half were from the only infected areas (the Red zone). About 1100 of them have already been analyzed by the Istituto zooprofilattico in Sardinia (IZS) and there has been no positivity to the virus. The identified positive troops were destroyed.
"With the start of the breeding season on the boar, the entire state-of-the-art monitoring machine on the Trichinella parasite parasite is very dangerous to human health, and from that year to two zoonoses, which are also transferable to" men such as tuberculosis and brucellosis without forgetting the problems associated with leptospirosis, "explains Franco Sgarangella, a veterinarian and sole coordinator for Dog.
In general, more than 650 licenses were issued to so many hunting grounds: 160 in the province of Sassari; 28 in Cagliari, 86 in Galluri, 122 in Ogliastra and 250 in Nuoro Province. For a meeting with hunting companies that have forgotten to apply for the 2018-2019 wild boar season or who have done it after September 30, a petition may be submitted from 12 to 16 November in such a way that you can participate in hunting activities from December 2nd.
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