Brazil reports cases of swine fever:
Swine fever has affected 32 pigs in Brazil, reports Dr Jamil Gomes de Souza, the delegate of the Brazilian office of the world animal health organization, the OIE, and president of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas. The incident occurred in the Caucaia district in the State of Ceara, and killed three pigs. Local authorities have restricted the movement of animals, applied zoning, and vaccinated pigs to control the outbreak. The previous incident occurred last June. Ceara is not part of the nationally declared swine fever-free zone.