18th case of ASF in China

The African pig fever (ASF) in China will also spread to other countries according to the FAO. It is "almost certain" that it will reach other Asian countries, according to a FAO employee on Friday.
ASF was first discovered in China in early August. Since then, it has been detected on 18 farms or slaughterhouses in six provinces, some of which are more than 1,000 km apart.
Fighting the disease is "extremely challenging," the statement read at a crisis meeting convened by the FAO in Bangkok this week as the virus can survive for months in meat products.
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