Taiwan: Taiwan Finds Lumpy Skin Disease in Cattle and Begins Vaccinations

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TW2021-0028

Taiwan reported cases of Lumpy Skin Disease in cattle on the main island of Taiwan in April 2021 and Taiwan's Council of Agriculture began a vaccination program in response. This report contains a link to Taiwan's notification of the outbreak to the World Organization For Animal Health (OIE).

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