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Bird flu has also spread in Uttar Pradesh. Disinfectant was sprayed on Saturday at the Zoological Garden in Lucknow.

In Uttar Pradesh too, the bird flu has been confirmed on Saturday. This is the 7th state where the infection has reached. Investigation report is awaited in 3 states – Delhi, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. On Saturday, 1200 birds died across the country. 900 of these were found at a poultry farm in Maharashtra.

Bird flu reaches these 7 states so far
1. Kerala
2. Rajasthan
3. Madhya Pradesh
4. Himachal Pradesh
5. Haryana
6. Gujarat
7. Uttar Pradesh

Delhi: Ghazipur Poultry Market closed for 10 days

  • In view of the risk of bird flu, the Delhi government has banned the import of birds. Also, Delhi’s largest poultry market Ghazipur has been closed for the next 10 days.
  • Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that samples have been sent to Jalandhar to investigate bird flu. A 24-hour helpline has also been started to help people.
  • Nearly 24 ravens have died in Jasola, South Delhi, in the last 3 days. 10 ducks are dead in Sanjay Lake. Their samples have been sent for examination.

Maharashtra: 900 chickens perished, awaiting investigation report
On Saturday, 900 chickens died at the poultry farm of Murumba village in Parbhani district in Maharashtra. Samples have been sent for investigation. According to District Collector Deepak Mulgikar, death of chickens may also be due to lack of nutrition.

Rajasthan: 2512 birds killed so far
356 birds died in the state on Saturday. These included 257 crows, 29 pigeons, 16 peacocks and 54 other birds. A total of 2,512 birds have died so far.

Haryana: Campaign to kill 1.60 lakh birds
A campaign to kill 1.60 lakh birds was started at 5 poultry farms in Panchkula district on Saturday. It will be completed in 2-3 days. The administration took this decision because avian flu was confirmed in some birds at two poultry farms in Khedi and Ganauli villages on Friday.

Bihar: instructions to the poultry firm owners as a precaution
A large number of chickens and crows died in Muzaffarpur and Bettiah on Saturday. Samples have been sent for investigation. As a precaution, poultry firm owners have been asked to make arrangements to keep the chicken in a closed area and keep the migratory birds separate.

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