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Poisons - Emergency Room. African swine fever is not in the United States. African swine fever is a viral disease impacting only pigs, not people — so it is not a public health threat nor a food-safety concern. African Swine Fever Fact Sheet. Emerging Global Animal Health Issues. Consumer Information on African Swine Fever. The growing worldwide outbreaks have resulted in the implementation of quarantines, movement controls and mandatory culling of swine in affected areas in an effort to control the disease—all of which underscore the immediate need of action by producers and everyone involved in producing U.
The Pork Checkoff has multiple educational resources available to pork producers to help address these topics. International travel and hosting of international visitors can pose a risk for the introduction of a FAD into the U.
It is important for pork producers to understand the risks and ways to reduce risk to help protect the industry. Early detection of trade limiting FADs of swine provides the best opportunity to contain an outbreak. Pork producers and their employees are the frontlines of defense. The posters in the FAD push packs provide barn level awareness that serve as a daily reminder of the importance of FAD awareness. Foreign Animal Disease Resources. FAD Preparation Bulletin e-news. ASF is a disease of pigs only and therefore is not a threat to non-swine pets or other livestock.
ASF cannot be transmitted to humans through contact with pigs or pork. ASF only affects members of the pig family. ASF can be transmitted to pigs through feeding of food waste containing contaminated pork products. The Swine Health Protection Act regulates the feeding of food waste containing meat to pigs to ensure that it is safe.
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ASF is transmitted to pigs through direct contact with infected pigs, their waste, blood, contaminated clothing, feed, equipment and vehicles, and in some cases, some tick species. International travelers should be diligent in following all rules and regulations related to the U. Customs and Border Patrol reentry declarations.
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Why is ASF not a human health concern?