China has reported two new cases of African swine fever outbreak in two of its provinces.
China’s agriculture ministry on Tuesday reported a new outbreak of African swine fever in the city of Huizhou in the southern province of Guangdong, which has killed 11 pigs on a farm of 90 pigs.
On Monday, another outbreak was reported in the southeastern province of Fujian, which has killed 11 pigs on a farm of 5,776 pigs, reports Reuters.
The country has reported more than 90 cases of the incurable disease since it was first detected in early August.
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