In Tuva, fears of an anthrax outbreak at one of the region’s subsidiary farms went unconfirmed. For this reason, the previously introduced quarantine was canceled in Ush-Khady, Emiktig, Tselinnoye village, Kyzyl region. This was reported by the press service of the Government of the Republic of Tuva.
“The restrictive measures were canceled by order of the head of Tuva following the receipt of a negative result of laboratory tests for the presence of anthrax,” notes the publication.
The cause for concern was the death of a one-year-old bull in the shepherd’s camp pasture on May 8. The Tuva veterinary laboratory, following the results of the study of pathological material, gave a positive result for the causative agent of anthrax, since May 17, quarantine was introduced in the region. A control study at the anti-plague station in Tuva did not confirm fears, doctors issued a conclusion on the absence of anthrax bacteria.
Earlier, an outbreak of measles at MGIMO was reported, for this reason, students were transferred to distance learning until June 13.
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