Russia Restricts Imports after Dutch H7N7 Outbreak21 August 2012
RUSSIA - Due to the outbreak of avian influenza H7N7 in the Utrecht region of the Netherlands, Russia has restricted the import of some poultry products.
Restrictions have been imposed on live poultry, hatching eggs, down and feathers, poultry meat and all types of poultry products that have not been cooked (no less than 70ºC), feed and feed additives for birds.
Used equipment for keeping, slaughtering and butchering of birds from the Utrecht region is also restricted.
Further ReadingYou can view our previous story on the H7N7 outbreak by clicking here.