Lack of evidence for long term carriers
Although ASF is typically associated with very high case fatality rates, a certain proportion of infected animals will recover fromRead more.
The role of scavengers in ASF spread
Some of our members from FLI, together with colleagues from Greifswald University, recently published a paper on the influence ofRead more.
Final conference tab – on!
Our final conference is approaching (29-30 January 2020), abstract deadline and registration will open soon and the dedicated tab hasRead more.
ASF in the latest EWDA newsletter
At page 12 of the latest EWDA newsletter you’ll find an article by our vice leader Francisco Ruiz-Fons with anRead more.
Awareness campain in Serbia
In Serbia, official representatives from the Forest Service, Veterinary Directorate, Veterinary Chamber of Serbia and the Scientific Veterinary Institute “NoviRead more.
Update on FAO initiatives/news related to ASF since the May 2019
An update on the FAO initiatives since May this year. More information can be found following the links below. EUROPERead more.
Good news from Estonia
Good news from Estonia. Some of our members just published a paper in Scientific Reports showing that surveillance of theRead more.
Take action to stop the spread of African swine fever
African swine fever (ASF) continues to spread across the world, killing domestic and wild pigs and heightening panzootic risks forRead more.
ASF spatial epidemiology in wild boar populations
A new paper from our members is now available online on Preventive Veterinary Medicine website. In this work they investigateRead more.
17th symposium “Health care, selection and reproduction of pigs” program
The program of the 17th symposium “Health care, selection and reproduction of pigs” is now available on the official website.Read more.