Regular virus checks will be carried out at fur farms in Finland

In the statement made by the Finnish Food Authority, it was stated that the virus situation will be monitored in fur farms across the country.

Until now, such control of fur farms was done during animal protection inspections initiated on suspicion of an epidemic. The new practice comes at a time when avian flu outbreaks are starting to appear in fur farms.

At the beginning of August, the authority ordered the culling of tens of thousands of minks at the facilities where the virus was detected.

Independent virus checks are scheduled to begin after a comprehensive review of around 400 fur farms in the country is completed.

It was reported last week that avian flu was detected in wild animals for the first time in Finland.

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