African Swine Fever
African swine fever (ASF) is a notifiable animal disease which affects pigs. It does not affect humans and is not the same disease as classical swine fever or swine influenza. AIC continues to monitor the situation closely and is providing information which updates on the current ASF outbreaks in China and Europe and some informative work on risk assessment for feed materials and feed additives.
- EFSA opinion on research gaps and ASF
- COPA-Cogeca - general biosecurity guidance
- EU Commission – BTSF (Better Training for Safer Food) provides an update on the current situation, summaries the control measures and training materials on ASF in EU Member States and neighbouring countries.
- APHA Updated Outbreak Assessment 19 - ASF in Eastern Europe and German