Protecting Malaysia against African swine fever

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  • Friday, 02 Aug 2019

It is just a hop and a skip across the border from Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos for this viral disease that kills pigs to enter our country and potentially destroy our local pork industry.

AFRICAN swine fever (ASF) has hit China, Mongolia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and North and South Korea, and it is likely to spread to other countries in Asia, including Malaysia.

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