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Monday, 4 July 2022

There are reasons to suspect that the foot and mouth disease managed to spread due to the weak quarantine system and the delay in declaring areas of outbreak. It would take five years for Indonesia to regain its FMD-free status.

A veterinarian prepares a vaccine when inspecting a cow suspected of contracting FMD at Cisurupan, Bandung, West Java, June 8. ANTARA FOTO/Raisan Al Farisi . tempo : 166453991860

MUHAMMAD Munawaroh firmly stated that it was too late to mitigate foot and mouth disease (FMD). Chair of the board of executives of the Indonesian Veterinarian Association (PDHI) made the statement during a meeting at the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) office on Thursday, June 23, after witnessing how the FMD outbreak has gotten rampant in less than two months.

Munawaroh also highlighted the transfer of assignment for handl


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