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Bird Flu scare amidst Coronavirus in Kodagu
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Bird Flu scare amidst Coronavirus in Kodagu

March 20, 2020

More than 20 crows found dead at Kottamudi Napoklu: Residents of Kodagu, who are panicked following a man being tested positive for Coronavirus, are now a worried lot after more than 20 crows were found dead behind the Anganwadi Centre at Kottamudi in Hodduru Gram Panchayat limits yesterday, which has triggered Bird Flu scare. Dead…

DC bans sale of chicken in Mandya
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DC bans sale of chicken in Mandya

March 20, 2020

Mandya: Following Coronavirus and Bird Flu scare, which has necessitated preventive steps to be taken to avoid spread of the diseases, Mandya Deputy Commissioner (DC) Dr. M.V. Venkatesh has banned the sale and transportation of chicken and chicken meat and has also banned mass feeding and animal sacrifices at all temples in the district. The DC…

Bird flu culling operation in city enters day two
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Bird flu culling operation in city enters day two

March 18, 2020

2,000 birds buried deep under earth as per avian flu management protocol Mysore/Mysuru: In the second day of mass culling of birds that began in city this morning after bird flu (avian influenza) was confirmed based on the reports from the ICAR-National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD), Bhopal, over 2,000 birds were culled…

Rs. 600 a kilo !: Sharp rise in mutton & fish price
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Rs. 600 a kilo !: Sharp rise in mutton & fish price

March 17, 2020

Mysuru/Mysore:  With the demand for chicken falling drastically following  Coronavirus and Bird Flu scare, mutton rates in city have witnessed a sharp jump over the past fortnight. The price of mutton which was about Rs.500 a kg a month ago today stood at Rs.600 at most stalls. The price of mutton is likely to go…

No Bird Flu scare at Mysuru Zoo, Karanji Lake
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No Bird Flu scare at Mysuru Zoo, Karanji Lake

March 17, 2020

Mysuru/Mysore: In the wake of Bird Flu, all precautions are being taken to prevent the spread of disease at Mysuru Zoo and Karanji Lake.  When SOM contacted Zoo Executive Director Ajit M. Kulkarni this morning, he said that there are no traces of Bird Flu at Mysuru Zoo but all necessary precautions are being taken….

Coronavirus, Bird Flu scare: Tight vigil at border
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Coronavirus, Bird Flu scare: Tight vigil at border

March 13, 2020

Six check-posts established; Tourists screened Gundlupet: Following Coronavirus and Bird Flu scare, tight vigil is being taken up at the district borders and the health of tourists from neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Kerala is being screened and awareness created. The Taluk Health Department, with the help of Police and Forest Departments, has established six check-posts…

No Bird Flu in City: Nagendra
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No Bird Flu in City: Nagendra

March 12, 2020

MLA inspects Kukkarahalli and Hebbal Lakes; Metagalli Mysore/Mysuru: Even as the authorities have taken appropriate measures to prevent COVID-19 outbreak in city, the sudden death of 15 chicken at Metagalli and the death of two cranes near Hebbal Lake in city outskirts on Tuesday has created worry for the citizens.  In this regard, Chamaraja MLA…

Bird Flu scare: High alert at Ranganathittu, Kokkare Bellur, other Lakes
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Bird Flu scare: High alert at Ranganathittu, Kokkare Bellur, other Lakes

October 28, 2019

One more Spot-Billed Pelican found dead at Kukkarahalli Lake * Carcass, viscera sent to Bengaluru laboratory for tests  * Pollution Control Board collects smelly water samples  Mysuru: A high alert has been sounded at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Kokkare Bellur, Lingambudhi Lake and the Kukkarahalli Lake to prevent the occurrence and spread of Avian Influenza or…

Bird Flu scare in Bengaluru: Mysuru Zoo, MCC on high alert
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Bird Flu scare in Bengaluru: Mysuru Zoo, MCC on high alert

January 3, 2018

Mysuru:  With bird flu cases reported in Bengaluru, the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) has taken precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the disease in city. MCC Commissioner G. Jagadeesha has instructed the concerned officials to keep an eye on the poultry being brought to the city from other cities and States. Speaking to Star…

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