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Since August, the African swine fever epidemic has occurred in some provinces in China. Animal husbandry and veterinary departments around the country have done their best to prevent and control the disease, strengthened the implementation of key measures, and the outbreaks have been effectively dealt with. However, in the prevention and control of the epidemic, there are also cases of individual livestock and veterinary staff not performing their duties in accordance with the law, or even seriously dereliction of duty and malfeasance, resulting in serious consequences such as untimely handling of the epidemic and spread across regions. In order to further discipline and effectively prevent and control the African swine fever epidemic, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has formulated the " Eight Bans on the Prevention and Control of African Swine fever" (hereinafter referred to as "eight prohibitions").
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs requires that the animal husbandry and veterinary departments in various places must promptly carry out the propaganda and implementation of the eight bans, and regard the promotion and implementation of the eight bans as an important content and key starting point for emergency prevention and control of African swine fever. It is imperative to perform the duties of the post without fail, to effectively regulate the supervision and management of law enforcement, and to resolutely prevent all kinds of situations prohibited by the eight prohibitions. It is necessary to further consolidate work responsibilities, ensure that measures are implemented, implemented, and detailed, and that responsibilities go to people, to the field (factory), to villages, and to households, and preventive measures and responsibilities are gradually reduced.
The local animal husbandry and veterinary departments should further strengthen monitoring and investigation to lay a good foundation for scientifically judging the epidemic situation and timely detecting and eliminating hidden dangers of the epidemic. It is necessary to organize targeted on-site inspections in combination with records such as breeding production, pig insurance claims, and harmless treatment and clinical conditions, and the inspections must be performed in place to ensure effectiveness. If a clinical suspected case of African swine fever is found in the on-site inspection, samples must be taken for inspection. Pig farms should be urged to strictly implement biological safety management measures such as cleaning and disinfection, full entry and full exit, and timely reporting of pigs in the stalls, isolation and quarantine, clinical morbidity, and feed sources, so as to effectively reduce the risk of disease occurrence and transmission. In accordance with the requirements of the "Notice of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs on Doing a Good Job in Reporting on Animal Epidemic Situations" (Nongyifa  No. 22) and other requirements, standardize the work on reporting on African swine fever. It is necessary to open the channels for reporting the epidemic situation and check the clues in a timely manner. Once verified, the informers can be rewarded in accordance with regulations. Animal disease prevention and control agencies at various places shall perform their duties of animal disease detection in accordance with the law and issue true reports in strict accordance with the results of the tests.
The animal health supervision agency shall carry out quarantine work in strict accordance with the laws and regulations and the Ministry of Livestock's quarantine regulations and pig quarantine regulations recently revised and issued by our Ministry. Pig farmers should be promoted to implement the responsibilities of the main body of quarantine declaration in accordance with the provisions of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Areas No. 2 announcement, to declare quarantine to the local animal health supervision institutions and provide relevant declaration materials; Power of Attorney from Slaughterhouse. If the origin of pigs in the quarantine of origin is unknown, the inventory is abnormally increased, there is no breeding archives or incomplete records, and if the suspected African swine fever pigs and pig products are found during slaughter and quarantine, no animal quarantine certificate will be obtained, and the production and business entities will be urged to handle them strictly . It is necessary to standardize the management and use of animal health badges and signs, and strictly implement management systems such as registration of animal quarantine certificates.
All localities shall strengthen the inspection of live pigs and their vehicles, strictly implement the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Announcement No. 79, and find that the transport vehicles are not filed, cleaned and disinfected, and that no live animal quarantine certificate is attached to the live pigs and pig products. Law of the People's Republic of China on Animal Epidemic Prevention and related regulations. It is necessary to strengthen the supervision of the inter-provincial transfer of live pigs and find that illegal transfer of live pigs and live pig products is prohibited. It is necessary to strengthen cooperation with transportation, public security and other departments, make full use of various types of checkpoints established in accordance with the law, increase inspection efforts, and provide technical support for relevant departments to carry out their work. It is necessary to standardize the supervision of breeding pig transportation, cooperate with the customs department to do a good job in the supervision of live pig transportation for Hong Kong and Macao, strictly implement various supervision measures, and fully protect the basic pig production capacity and the safe and stable supply of pigs for Hong Kong and Macao.
The eight bans are:
I. It is strictly forbidden to conceal, lie, report late, fail to report, or obstruct others from reporting animal epidemics;
2. It is strictly forbidden to receive reports of animal epidemics and not to check them.
3. It is strictly forbidden to check the spot and place of animal epidemic situation;
4. It is strictly forbidden to fail to perform the duties of animal disease detection and issue false test reports;
5. It is strictly forbidden to issue certificates without quarantine or to issue certificates in violation of regulations;
6. It is strictly forbidden to use or resell animal health badges in violation of regulations;
7. It is strictly forbidden to dispose of or be suspected of infected animals, animal products and related articles in violation of regulations;
8. It is strictly forbidden to discover and punish illegal acts.