Lumpy virus infection reached 30 districts: Bhopal: Lumpi virus infection has started increasing once again in Madhya Pradesh. Due to which this disease has now spread to most of the animals in the state. Especially in the capital Bhopal, let us tell you that so far 90 cows have been infected by this virus. Out of which 10 have died. In view of the increasing infection, Health Department officials have given instructions to the border areas of the state to speed up the survey work.
These districts of the state are affected by the disease
Let us tell you that due to this virus, 33 districts of the state are affected by this disease. Out of which only 20 districts have so far confirmed this disease by laboratory. Which includes Ujjain, Neemuch, Mandsaur, Indore, Khandwa and Betul, Agar Malwa, Jhabua, Dhar, Burhanpur, Alirajpur, Khargone, Barwani, Harda, Bhind, Morena and Sheopur, Gwalior, Shivpuri, Datia, Ashok Nagar, Guna, Narmadapuram, Shajapur. , Rajgarh, Narsinghupar and Sehore etc. districts are included. In view of this, Madhya Pradesh government is on high alert.
Lampi still has 2333 cases active
There are still 2333 active cases of this virus, which are undergoing regular treatment. Due to negligence in vaccination, the outbreak of lumpy is spreading rapidly again. The condition of many animals is critical. Concern is increasing due to lack of adequate arrangements regarding vaccination. Director Animal Husbandry and Dairy said that in the last 3 months, a total of 25 thousand 691 animals of the state have been affected by this disease, out of which a total of 22 thousand 975 (90%) animals have died. Have recovered from this disease. Till now a total of 26 lakh 50 thousand animals have been vaccinated. Besides, sick animals are being continuously treated.
Main symptoms of the disease
infected animal has mild fever
Excessive saliva from mouth and watery eyes and nose.
Swelling of lymph nodes and legs, decline in milk production.
Abortion in pregnant animals. Sometimes the death of the animal.
A large number of lumps of 02 to 05 cm size in the skin on the body of the animal.