Mzimba — Government says it has committed K400 million towards the fight against foot and mouth disease outbreak in Mzimba District.
Foot and mouth disease has broken out in two districts of eastern Zambia, with over 1,000 animals affected so far, state-run news agency reported on Tuesday.
Researchers have identified chemicals in odor from animal dungs that help breeding of stable flies, a discovery that could help fight trypanosomiasis, a deadly cattle disease.
Government has suspended the sale and movement of animals in some parts of Mzimba following an outbreak of foot and mouth disease.
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The Health Ministry has asked state governments to bolster their surveillance for early detection of the disease and keep beds reserved in hospitals to deal with acute cases
Until January 13 this year, 49 people died of the disease across the country, and 1,694 cases were reported. Rajasthan topped the list with 31 deaths.
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