Poland: After a Five-Month Hiatus African Swine Fever Outbreaks Return in June

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   PL2022-0011

In June 2022, Poland reported four new outbreaks of African Swine Fever (ASF) on hog farms, The outbreaks were located in ASF restricted areas that have a high concentration of ASF infections in wild boars. Additional outbreaks on farms are expected as the disease is more prevalent in the summer. With no new areas in Poland infected with ASF virus, the pork industry situation remains stable. Before the June reports, Poland’s last outbreak was in December 2021.

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