Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Dangerous virus in cows, authorities seal off area

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LONDON: Authorities have sealed off the area to prevent the virus from spreading after a mad cow was found in Britain.

According to the international website, the area was sealed off after the outbreak of measles in the UK.

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Med Cow was spotted on a farm in Somerset, southwest of the UK, after government officials sealed off the area to prevent the virus from spreading.

According to officials, the infected animal has died and has been destroyed, but as a precautionIG measure, movement in the area has been banned.

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Officials say there is no threat to food safety, but further investigations are underway and details of the disease are being sought.

Med Cow Disease is called Boine Spontaneous Forum Encephalopathy (BSE) and a similar case was reported in 2018 when the disease was reported on a farm in Scotland.

A cow suffering from dementia on a farm in Uber Denshire had died before the test to diagnose the disease, while 3 to 4 more cows were slaughtered as a precautionIG measure.

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