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The screening of wildlife imports has been made a priority in Thailand as cases of the monkeypox virus continues to increase throughout the world. The National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department today revealed they have introduced severe measures to closely monitor any wildlife entering the country in a bid to prevent monkeypox coming into Thailand. The government agency also added they would be keeping a close eye on the nation’s indigenous monkeys, which are potential carriers of the disease. The DNP adopted the measures at an emergency meeting with a number of businesses dealing in the animal import-export industry, […]

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