African swine fever (ASF) has officially been confirmed in Indonesia, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reported Thursday.
The Minister of Agriculture in Indonesia announced an ASF outbreak in North Sumatra Province on Thursday. Since late September, increased pig mortality has been reported in North Sumatra and some other provinces. Earlier reports suggested the mortality was due to ASF, but it was not confirmed.
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