Bird lovers must keep the birds indoors and follow strict biosecurity measures to limit the spread of the disease and to control it
London: Amidst cases of bird flu in the UK, authorities have prohibited keeping birds saying that from December 14, birds should always be kept indoors.
In this connection, the Food and Rural Department has issued a press release. The press release states, ‘The leading veterinary authorities in England, Scotland and Wales suggested measures to protect chickens and pets after several cases of avian influenza in both wild and domesticated birds in the country Huh.’
Authorities have issued orders to keep birds in homes saying although the threat to human health and food security from bird flu is “very low”.
The press release says, ‘These provisions will come into force from December 14. This means that all bird lovers must keep the birds indoors and follow strict biosecurity measures to limit the spread of the disease and to control it’