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African Swine Fever is spreading across Thailand. The country’s agriculture minister said the disease has infected pig farms and one slaughterhouse in 13 Thai provinces in Central, Northeastern, and Southern Thailand. The infected farms and the five-kilometre radiuses around them are now declared epidemic zones. Instead of giving the ministry’s 2.9 billion baht emergency budget to pig farmers as he planned to, the minister will now spend this money trying to contain ASF, which is not transmissible from pigs to humans. These provinces have pig farms or slaughterhouses that have been infected by the disease: Bangkok, Suphan Buri, Phang Nga, […]

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Oh...so those rumours were true, & not some fake news that some might say were designed to criticise 'our illustrious leader'?.

That does suprise me! 🤓

From below Thaiger article dated 10/01/64

Lastly, the government spokesperson said this past Sunday that this has nothing to do with rumours surrounding the outbreak of African swine fever, which the Department of Livestock is closely monitoring.


But don't worry citizens, those lovely caring pharmaceutical company will save us, just like they did before!

*Sarcasm alert*



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