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Notifiable avian disease control strategy for Great Britain 2012

How an outbreak of notifiable avian disease in Great Britain would be managed and what measures would be applied in such an eventuality.

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Notifiable avian disease control strategy for Great Britain

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It also describes the measures and wider framework in place to prevent and limit an incursion of notifiable avian disease.

It is the aim of this strategy that all affected during an outbreak of notifiable avian disease will be able to be better prepared to respond quickly and effectively to controls and limit the outbreak, thereby mitigating the likely impact of the control measures described.

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Published 24 January 2012