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Sep 19, 2007 13:56 EEST
September 19 (SeeNews) - The Bulgarian veterinary authorities on Wednesday reported an outbreak of the highly contagious poultry Newcastle disease, and took immediate action to prevent its spread.
The Newcastle disease is not hazardous to humans unlike the more severe variety known as bird flu.
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The Agriculture Ministry too said in a statement that some 60,000 fowl in the village of Smolianovtsi in northwestern Bulgaria and in a 10-kilometre monitoring zone would be vaccinated.
In late August Bulgaria reported another outbreak of Newcastle disease in the northwest of the country, which prompted the veterinary authoritiries to close a slaughterhouse.
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