Paraguay, outbreak of hoof and mouth disease in September due to human error

Posted on November 1, 2011 • Filed under: Agriculture, Latin America Health, Paraguay

Paraguayan health officials said Tuesday that an outbreak of FMD in cattle in the department of San Pedro (center), found in September, was a human error. “After recent laboratory analysis we can affirm that the outbreak of FMD found in the department of San Pedro was produced by a fault in the system of vaccination, human error,” said Daniel Rojas told reporters today, president of the National Quality and Animal Health (SENACSA). Read Article

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