N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- With the spread of bird flu in Nepal, the import of poultry products from India has been banned.
Earlier, the border was tightened after bird flu was found in neighboring India. The Department of Veterinary Services has also banned the import of poultry products from India.
With the spread of bird flu in Nepal, doctors have suggested to eat only well-cooked chicken meat which is consumed in large quantities.
With the spread of bird flu in Nepal, doctors have suggested that only highly cooked chicken meat should be cooked properly.
As bird flu is a contagious disease transmitted from birds to humans, special care should be taken. According to doctors, eating bird meat can spread the bird flu virus, so it is recommended to eat it cooked properly.
According to doctors, studies have shown that the bird flu virus dies at a temperature of 72 degrees Celsius. Therefore, it is better to eat food cooked at a temperature above 72 degrees Celsius.
Symptoms similar to pneumonia, flu can be found in bird flu infections. Doctors have suggested not to come in contact with birds and bird products and to pay more attention to hygiene as it can be more effective in the winter season.
Bird flu is a contagious disease of birds including chickens, ducks, turkeys, and birds. It is considered a deadly communicable disease as it spreads rapidly and can be fatal. The bird flu virus is transmitted through contact with meat, feathers, rhubarb, needles, grains, eggs, grain bags, etc.
More than 2,000 birds have been destroyed in Tarkeshwor Municipality-7 of Kathmandu after the bird flu infection was confirmed in chickens and turkeys reared by farmers.
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