Two more cases of ASF detected in wild boars in Lithuania

The State Food and Veterinary Service of Lithuania said that African swine fever (ASF) was detected in two wild boars in Ignalina district and Kupiškis district, both in north east of the country. One boar was hunted down, while the other one died of natural causes.
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