The latest outbreak of African swine fever in China led to 55 animals being destroyed. Photo: EPA-EFE

African swine fever: Beijing tightens reporting, offers rewards for whistle-blowers

  • Under new rules it is forbidden to delay or obstruct the notification of new outbreaks, and to issue false test reports or illegal health certificates
  • 55 pigs slaughtered after latest case reported in Hunan province
Topic |   Food safety in China

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The latest outbreak of African swine fever in China led to 55 animals being destroyed. Photo: EPA-EFE
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