Lumpy virus knocked in Bharatpur’s gaushalas, 362 cows infected and 6 died

Lumpy Virus In Bharatpur: Lumpy Virus has spread its feet in about 14 states of the country including Rajasthan. After western Rajasthan, now this virus is preparing to wreak havoc in eastern Rajasthan as well. Bharatpur district, which is called the East Singh Gate of the state, has now come under the grip of Lumpi. This virus has knocked in the Gaushalas of Bharatpur. 362 cows from 7 gaushalas in the district have been found infected with Lumpi.

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405 cows have died in the district so far
Please tell that there are total 2 lakh 5 thousand 401 cows in Bharatpur district, out of which 14533 cows live in Gaushala. So far 60848 cows have been given got pox vaccine in the district. So far 8855 cows have been infected with Lumpi virus in the district, out of which 2372 cows have been cured after treatment while 405 cows have died so far.
14533 cows in 16 Gaushalas in the district
 There are 16 Gaushalas operating in Bharatpur district in which total 14533 cows are there. Out of the 16 gaushalas of the district, 12 gaushalas have been vaccinated in 11134 cows for the prevention of lumpy skin disease. At the same time, in the seven cowsheds where the virus has been found, the vaccine is not being administered at present. In these seven cowsheds, 362 cows are infected, out of which 40 cows have been cured, while 6 have died. 

   Instruction to isolate infected cows  
 Door to house survey is being done by the Animal Husbandry Department by forming teams and the cows are also being examined by visiting Gaushalas.  This virus is spreading rapidly in Mewat area. Instructions have been given to make animal enclosures at all the panchayat headquarters of the district to isolate the cows suffering from lumpi virus, as well as to make arrangements for fodder water in the animal enclosure.

Lumpy should be treated with Ayurveda and Homeopath
Minister of State for Technical Education Dr. Subhash Garg took a meeting of officers of District Administration and Animal Husbandry Department in the auditorium of District Collectorate and 10 lakh from MLA fund. Rupees were given for the treatment of cows suffering from Lumpy virus by homeopathic and Ayurvedic methods. 

Vaccination is being done by the Animal Husbandry Department 
 The work of vaccination of cows is being done by the Animal Husbandry Department from door to door. Along with this, sodium hypochloride is being sprayed by the department in cowsheds, so that lumpy skin disease can be prevented from spreading to other cows. 

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