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Canada has notified the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) that as of November 30, 2016, Ontario is considered free of notifiable avian influenza. This declaration is based on the successful completion of a three month surveillance period following the eradication of notifiable avian influenza in domestic poultry in the province.
Statements and Updates – 2016
- 2016-11-30 – Notice to Industry: Declaration of freedom from Notifiable Avian Influenza for Ontario - country freedom reinstated
- 2016-07-15 – Statement: The Canadian Food Inspection Agency Continues its Investigation into Avian Influenza in Ontario
- 2016-07-10 – Statement: The Canadian Food Inspection Agency Establishes Avian Influenza Control Zone
- 2016-07-07 – News Release: Avian influenza confirmed on farm in Southern Ontario
- Questions and Answers
- Timeline of Events
- How to prevent and detect disease in backyard flocks and pet birds
- Avian Biosecurity – Protect Poultry, Prevent Disease
- Avian Influenza - What to expect if your animals are infected
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