A new crisis has knocked Corona in Rajasthan. For the past several days, the death of crows continues across the state. According to administration information, about 49 crows have died in Baran on Friday as well. Apart from this, 16 were killed in Jhalawar, 10 in Panwar, 8 in Sunel and 2 more in Jodhpur.
At the same time, in Jhalawar, the death of crows as well as coals has also been reported. 1-1 Kingfisher and Megpai bird have also been found dead in Mathna. However, no other cases of death of other birds have been reported yet. So far, about 300 crows have died in the state within a week.
Bird flu alert has been issued by Chief Wildlife Warden ML Meena across the state. Apart from this, advisory has been issued in connection with Avian Influenza i.e. the prevention of avian influenza infection in the wildlife reserve area. In the Panwar region, 4 days ago, 60 chickens were also reported dead. On this, the team of Animal Husbandry Department reached Panwad and took samples of chickens. In the alert issued, officials have been instructed that there is a serious virus of bird flu in Jhalawar. In such a situation, all the wildlife departments from the state to the officials of Tiger Reserve should do their utmost to prevent it from spreading.
These days, officers should take special care in view of the large number of birds on the wetlands. In addition to Century, Tiger Reserve, Conservation Reserve, keep a close watch on the birds and wattlelands in all other areas.
What is bird flu after all?
Talking on bird flu, Dr. Bansod said that avian influenza, a virus-borne infectious disease, affects many species of domesticated and wild birds. The infection is commonly found in birds, but sometimes it can infect many other mammals, including humans. When it infects humans, it is called influenza (mucous fever).