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Proactive steps needed for ASF vaccine trials

The wait for WOAH guidelines for studying ASF vaccines is causing trial delays, including in Malaysia. “We must be more proactive and conduct local...

Substandard ASF vaccines present more harm than good

The World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH) has cautioned against using low-quality ASF vaccines, as they may not provide protection and could lead to...

Sub-standard ASF vaccines could be more damaging

The World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH) warned that using poor-quality vaccines may not provide protection against ASF and could result in acute or...

WOAH approves India’s self-declaration of free HPAI

The WOAH has approved 26 of India's self-declared, highly pathogenic avian influenza-free (HPAI) poultry compartments in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. The Times...

WOAH approves India’s HPAI-free compartments

The WOAH has approved 26 of India's self-declared, highly pathogenic avian influenza-free (HPAI) poultry compartments. The country has been working on compartmentalization to expand...

Taiwan eyes CSF-free status from WOAH

Taiwan stopped vaccinating pigs against classical swine fever (CSF) in July 2023. This paves the way for its Council of Agriculture (COA) to apply...

WOAH pushes for AI vaccination to prevent pandemic

WOAH has recommended that countries start vaccinating poultry against avian influenza (AI) to prevent a possible pandemic. “Since almost every country in international trade...

World Organisation for Animal Health launches new brand identity

The World Organisation for Animal Health previously known as the OIE has revealed a new brand image, as well as furthering the use of...

WOAH lists Canadian lab as new reference facility for ASF

The World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH) has recognized the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's (CFIA) National Center for Foreign Animal Disease (NCFAD) in Winnipeg...

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