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The West Nusa Tenggara provincial
administration has ordered its Husbandry and Animal Health Agency to ban
poultry entering from other Indonesian provinces following outbreaks of theavian influenza virus.
The move is part of efforts to ensure that the virus
does not enter West Nusa Tenggara, which has so far been declared free of the
virus. The agency has
called on sub agencies in 10 regencies across the province to take the
necessary precautions to prevent the virus spreading to the region, the JakartaPost reported.
Officials of the agency will double the guard at
the inter-province border, such as on the Lembar - Pandang Bai route, which
connects West Lombok and Bali. More officials will be also be deployed
in Bima, which links West Nusa Tenggara with East Nusa Tenggara through Sape
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