Mexico tightens inspections in ports, airports with African swine fever close by

Mexico is working to firm up sanitary measures and "epidemiological surveillance" following confirmed case of ASF in the Dominican Republic
calendar icon 30 July 2021
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Reuters said Mexican officials will reinforce animal inspections at all ports, airports and border crossings, the ministry said in a statement. They will also increase inspections of kitchens and waste on commercial ships, cruise ships and planes, and then seal the waste for return to its origin country or ensure it is properly destroyed.

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