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Qualitative risk assessment: risk of introducing African swine fever to the UK pig population

Qualitative risk assessment for the risk of introducing African swine fever (ASF) to the UK pig population from European Member States via human-mediated routes.

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Qualitative risk assessment: What is the risk of introducing African swine fever to the UK pig population from European Member States via human-mediated routes?

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Qualitative risk assessment considering the risk of introducing African swine fever (ASF) to the UK pig population from European Member States via human-mediated routes.

The risk level for the entry of ASF into the UK has been increased to medium (occurs regularly or likely) with a medium level of uncertainty, which implies risk managers will need to consider more options for risk reduction.

Published 9 January 2019
Last updated 31 August 2022 + show all updates
  1. We have published an updated qualitative risk assessment for the risk of introducing African swine fever (ASF) to the UK pig population from European Member States via human-mediated routes.

  2. First published.