Resistant bacteria from animals of possible risk: Contingency plan
Lines of communication and action to be taken including the Government departments and agencies responsible.
Response to the identification from an animal of a resistant bacterial isolate of risk to human or animal health: Contingency plan
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This plan helps to determine the roles and responsibilities that each government organisation may be required to take in the event of a resistant bacteria being identified from an animal which may pose a risk to human or animal health.
Public Health England, ‘Guidelines on the investigation of zoonotic diseases’