China kills at least 8,000 pigs after the outbreak of African swine fever

In China's Liaoning Province, 8,116 pigs have now been culled after an outbreak of African swine fever. However, no further cases were reported after the disease first broke out in southern Asia on 3 August.
It was initially reported that 913 pigs were culled to stop the onset of the disease. In addition, checks on meat products throughout the country have been increased. In the process, 5.6 kg of pork were confiscated on the border with Vietnam, which brought tourists from a country affected by pig liver.
The fever occurs in fattening pigs and wild boar and there are no vaccines against the disease. People are not infected by it.

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