Telangana can hurl a murmur of relief as tests from fledglings which died on because of a suspected fatal H5N1 Avian Influenza disease, tried negative for the infection.
Animals Husbandry Department officiaks had sent 10 dead winged animals to the High Security Animal Diseases Lab in Bhopal for testing, a weekend ago. The fledglings had passed on bafflingly at a homestead in Injapur Village, around 1.5 km from Thorrur town where 1.6 lakh fowls were selected a month ago after a great many feathered birds got the H5N1 disease.
This time, the lab did not discover the infection in the examples sent to them and has conveyed the same to the focal government. As per animal cultivation sources, the homestead proprietor reported the passings to veterinarians who did not see side effects of winged animal influenza not at all like in feathered birds which passed on a month prior. Tests were by and by sent for testing as the administration is quick to reduce a potential episode.