MP News: After Gujarat, Rajasthan, now the lumpy virus has created havoc in Madhya Pradesh too. In Indore, the financial capital of Madhya Pradesh, the lumpi virus has killed a cow. After which the corporation administration, which came into action, has given vaccine to 850 cows living in the corporation Gaushala. In view of the Lumpy virus spreading in cattle across the country, 850 vaccinated cows have been vaccinated against Lumpy Screen Disease at Silk Kendra Gaushala of Indore Municipal Corporation. At the same time, continuous monitoring of the cows of the gaushala is also being done so that other cows can be kept safe in case of any kind of symptoms.
Lumpy virus is dangerous
In fact, these days the safety of cows is being given priority by the corporation because the death of more cows can raise questions on the functioning of the corporation. Municipal Health Officer Dr. Akhilesh Upadhyay told that Lumpy virus is a dangerous epidemic. Which has taken the lives of cattle especially milch animals in different states of the country.
These days a cow has died in Indore due to the lumpy disease spreading among the cows and due to this, 850 cows living in the gaushala of the Municipal Corporation have been given antivirus dose. The corporation is aware that lumpi virus is a deadly virus and due to this thousands of infected cows have died. Lumpy virus is also transmitted to other health animals by coming in contact with an infected animal. Therefore, the lumpy virus has been declared a notified disease by the World Animal Health Organization.
These are the symptoms of lumpi
Blisters and high fever persist during this disease in cattle, especially in cows. At the same time, the quantity of milk is greatly reduced. Swelling and lameness occurs in the feet of animals. At the same time, the ability to work in the male animal decreases. Let us inform that this disease has spread on a large scale in cows in Depalpur and Betma area adjacent to Indore, so the administration is ready for large scale vaccination.